Sydney’s First COVID Safe Commercial Building
Built for Purpose
Our commitment to creating a commercial building of the future is supported by the ability to adapt and evolve with changing market conditions.
In response to the current climate, SubStation No.164 has introduced a number of additional COVID Safe facilities to amplify safety measures and enhance the experience of tenants and visitors.
Safety and hygiene considerations at SubStation No.164 include:
Each floor has its’ own bathroom facilities fitted with automatic doors and contact-free sanitary fixtures to minimise surface contact.
Access control lifts
Restricting movement between and managing permissions to each floor is an essential measure in protecting the safety of tenants and their visitors.
To be responsive to the current climate there is a provision built for temperature checking in office lobbies on each floor.
End of Trip Facilities
Consideration for an increase in employees riding to work in lieu of public transport now provides housing for up to 66 tenant and 33 visitor bikes.
After sitting unused for two decades, two historic Sydney buildings have been given new life – coming together to form Sydney’s most innovative office tower and setting the benchmark for heritage buildings of the future.
Housing retail and commercial under the one roof, the former electrical substation is set to be the most progressive, culturally vibrant building in Sydney’s most sought-after precinct.
“COVID-19 has shifted how we think about workplaces. Businesses in tech, professional and financial services are now motivated to find a unique tower where they can command full floors and make a statement about their brand, rather than sharing floors or subleasing in larger office buildings.”
Jono Cottee, Development Director