DESIGNED FOR THE PEOPLE
Approximately half of the Sydney Place precinct is dedicated back to the public, including the first plaza on George Street in over 50 years. The plaza is framed by a truly unique community building, designed by esteemed British architect Sir David Adjaye in partnership with Australian indigenous artist Daniel Boyd. The precinct hosts the city's first Public Cycling Facility, located underneath the plaza.
These community spaces have been developed by Lendlease in partnership with the City of Sydney and is owned by the City of Sydney.
The George Street Plaza provides a new place for workers and visitors to take respite from the city's busy streets.
The Plaza Building on George Street accommodates a wide range of uses and will evolve over time based on the needs of the local community.
Sydney's first public cycling facility sits beneath the George Street public plaza. The bike hub has a capacity for circa 200 bikes and is available to the public on a membership basis.
We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land on which Sydney Place is located, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation, and pay our respects to them and their elders - past, present and emerging.