International Towers Sydney

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International Towers Sydney
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Alternative names Tower C3, C4, C5
General information
Status Complete
Type Skyscraper
Location Barangaroo, New South Wales, Australia
Construction started July 2013
Completed 8 December 2016[1]
Owner
Height
Roof International Tower 1 217 m (712 ft)
International Tower 2 178 m (584 ft)
International Tower 3 168 m (551 ft)
Technical details
Floor area 283,900 m2 (3,056,000 sq ft) (in 3 towers)
Design and construction
Architect Richard Rogers and Ivan Harbour
Architecture firm Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners
References
http://www.internationaltowerssydney.com/vision
One International Towers Sydney Office Lobby
Three International Towers Sydney Office Lobby

International Towers Sydney are three commercial skyscrapers located in Barangaroo, New South Wales. Construction on the towers began in 2013 and ended in mid 2016. They will form the core of the commercial, residential, retail and leisure development at Barangaroo South in Sydney, Australia. More than 50 per cent of the Barangaroo South precinct (7.6 hectares) will be accessible to the public. The ITS development will deliver 283,900 m2 of commercial office space, approximately 800 residential apartments, up to 90 retail outlets and a landmark international hotel, Crown Sydney.

The three office skyscrapers International Towers Sydney, individually known as International Tower 1, 2 and 3, have been designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners.

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The tallest tower, known as Tower 1 is a 217m commercial building comprising 49 floors. It was completed in mid 2016. PricewaterhouseCoopers has signed as the anchor tenant and HSBC and Marsh & McLennan Companies has also signed a tenancy agreement.[2]

Tower Two is a 178m high-rise comprising 43 floors. Two major tenants of the central tower of the three buildings are Westpac and corporate law firm, Gilbert + Tobin who occupy more than 80% of the tower’s space.[3] IT2 was the first tower to start construction from July 2013 and was completed in June 2015, with Westpac Group employees starting to move into the precinct from August 2015.

Tower Three is a 168m tall building comprising 39 floors. Main tenant KPMG has signed a 14-year lease to occupy the top 15 floors from January 2016 and Lendlease also made Tower Three its Sydney headquarters from July 2016.[4] IT3 was topped out in November 2015 [5] and was completed in mid 2016. Tower Three has a new medical centre, MyHealth Barangaroo Medical Centre, on the 1st floor at 300 Barangaroo Avenue. Also on the 1st floor is National Dental Care. Together these will provide a convenient medical and dental service for the growing community.

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Coordinates: 33°51′46.56″S 151°12′5.97″E / 33.8629333°S 151.2016583°E / -33.8629333; 151.2016583