Park Plaza Apartments (Sydney)

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Park Plaza Apartments
The St. George View
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The Park Plaza Apartments are St. George's Tallest Buildings
Record height
Preceded by Bellevue West Tower
Surpassed by East Quarter Five (Completed by 2015)
General information
Type Residential
Location 25-35A Park Rd
Hurstville, New South Wales
Coordinates 33°57′55.15″S 151°06′15.69″E / 33.9653194°S 151.1043583°E / -33.9653194; 151.1043583Coordinates: 33°57′55.15″S 151°06′15.69″E / 33.9653194°S 151.1043583°E / -33.9653194; 151.1043583
Construction started 1995
Completed 1996
Height
Antenna spire 70.2 m (230 ft)
Roof
  • Park Plaza One: 67.2 m (220 ft)
  • Park Plaza Two: 22 m (72 ft)
Technical details
Floor count
  • Park Plaza One: 20
  • Park Plaza Two: 7
Floor area 60 m2 (650 sq ft)
Lifts/elevators Both have 3 elevators
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The Park Plaza Apartment Complex is a group of two twin-structured residential buildings in Hurstville, New South Wales. Park Plaza One is the St. George District's tallest structure of any kind, standing at a roof height of 67.2 metres, it is 2 metres taller than the 2nd tallest in St. George, the "Proximity A Building" in Rockdale, New South Wales. Due to its height, it can be clearly seen by several observation decks in Sydney, especially the Sydney Tower observation platform.

Park Plaza One sits on 25-35A Park Rd on the intersection of Cross Street and Park Road and Park Plaza Two resides on the intersection of Park Road and Woodville Street (25–35B Park Rd.) Access to the buildings is for tenants only and the entrances to the lobbies are under surveillance 24 hours a day. Two entrances currently exist to Park Plaza One. The main entrance on Park Road with automatic doors and a back door on Cross Street with a keyhole. Park Plaza two, however, only has one entrance on Woodville Street.

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