GENERAL PROPERTY

Barangaroo South picks up multiple awards

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LENDLEASE’S Barangaroo South took home the Australian Development of the Year gong at the Property Council of Australia’s annual awards.

This year, 137 finalists competed for national recognition in 20 categories.

“Barangaroo South is a truly iconic international project which has recalibrated the way Australians think about precinct-scale urban renewal,” PCA chief executive Ken Morrison said.

On completion in 2023, Barangaroo South will house 23,000 office workers, 2,000 residents, a six-star hotel and 80-plus cafés, bars, restaurants and retail outlets across more than half a million square metres of space.

Barangaroo South also took home a swag of awards, including Best Sustainable Development – New Buildings and Best Mixed Use Development.

At the same time, Lendlease’s workplace at Barangaroo won for Best Workplace Project.

Mirvac’s EY Centre won for the Best Office Development.

Quantity surveying firm Slattery won for Diversity for companies with less than 250 employees.

Cushman & Wakefield won for Diversity for companies with more than 250 employees.

Rebecca Fitzgerald, a senior mechanical engineer with WSP, won the Future Leader of the Year award.

The Old Clare Hotel in the Sydney suburb of Chippendale took home Best Heritage Development.

Project REDDA won for Best Project Innovation.

The Tonsley Innovation District in South Australia took home the Best Development Innovation award.

Australian Property Journal

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