Deutsche Bank Place

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Deutsche Bank Place
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Alternative namesBT Tower
General information
Architectural styleLate Modernism / Structural expressionism
Address126 Phillip Street, Sydney, New South Wales
Coordinates33°52′1″S 151°12′42″E / 33.86694°S 151.21167°E / -33.86694; 151.21167Coordinates: 33°52′1″S 151°12′42″E / 33.86694°S 151.21167°E / -33.86694; 151.21167
Current tenants
Construction started2003
OwnerInvesta Property Group
Antenna spire240 metres (790 ft)
Roof160 metres (520 ft)
Technical details
MaterialConcrete, glass and steel
Floor count39
Floor area42,965 square metres (462,470 sq ft)
Design and construction
ArchitectNorman Foster
Architecture firmFoster and Partners
DeveloperInvesta Property Group
Structural engineerArup Group

Deutsche Bank Place is a 240-metre-high (790 ft) skyscraper in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. It is located at 126 Phillip Street (corner of Hunter Street) in the north-eastern end of the central business district, across the road from Chifley Tower. Construction began in 2002 and was completed in 2005. The building's architect is Norman Foster of Foster and Partners.

Deutsche Bank is the primary tenant, occupying 7 floors and owning the naming rights.[1] Other tenants include, Allens, Investa Property Group and New Chambers.[2]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Deutsche Bank Place". Retrieved 9 January 2014.
  2. ^ "126 Phillip Street, SYDNEY". Retrieved 27 June 2018.

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