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Lord Mayor of Sydney Officially opens Omnia

Lord Mayor of Sydney Officially opens Omnia

Sydney, 26 November 2018 –The Right Honourable The Lord Mayor of Sydney, Clover Moore, has joined Greenland Australia’s Managing Director, Sherwood Luo, for the official opening of Pott’s Point’s striking new landmark, Omnia. At an event this evening, stakeholders including construction partners Probuild, architects Durbach Block Jaggers, SJB, Studioaria and other project consultants, were on hand to see the Lord Mayor and Mr Luo perform a ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark this important milestone for Greenland Australia. The $320 million, 20-storey Omnia apartment building features 132 residences, and is uniquely located between Victoria Street and Darlinghurst Road, with the development already gaining widespread attention for its curvaceous hourglass angles, atop a unique sculptured retail podium. Omnia marks Greenland Australia’s fourth completed project since commencing in Australia in 2013. At the Grand Launch, Mr Luo thanked the project team for creating such an iconic landmark

Greenland announces winner of Park Sydney design competition

Greenland announces winner of Park Sydney design competition

Sydney, 7 November 2018 – Greenland Australia has announced the winner of the design competition of the second stage of the ‘Park Sydney’ project. Developed with joint-venture partner Golden Horse, Park Sydney is set to become the largest urban renewal project in Sydney. An innovative aspect of the Park Sydney competition was that each competing team was composed of an established and emerging architectural practice. The winning team was composed of long-standing architects, Turner, and the newer practice, Andrew Burns Architecture. The team was selected as their approach demonstrated design excellence and incorporated Erskineville’s heritage into the design, honouring the distinctive urban fabric of the iconic inner-city suburb. “Erskineville is known for its strong sense of community and industrial heritage, both of which are reflected in the suburb’s built form and urban context,” said Sherwood Luo, Managing Director of Greenland

Woolworths opens as anchor tenant at Omnia

Woolworths opens as anchor tenant at Omnia

Sydney, ​05​ November 2018​ –​ A Woolworths Metro has officially opened as the anchor tenant of Greenland Australia’s highly-anticipated $320 million Omnia apartment building in Potts Point, which is in the final stages of completion. Ideally positioned on level 1 of Omnia’s podium level, the Woolworths Metro is part of a retail offering that will consist of ​seven​ other retail spaces on the ground floor, which are currently available for lease. Greenland Australia’s Managing Director, Sherwood Luo, said the Woolworths Metro store further strengthens one of Omnia’s key points of difference – convenience. “Having the Woolworths Metro store on the podium level really is the icing on the cake for our residents. We are also targeting premium bar and restaurant operators for the ground floor retail tenancies, so Omnia will provide an immense level of lifestyle convenience all within the building

Sydney’s latest luxury penthouse offering unveiled

Sydney’s latest luxury penthouse offering unveiled

Sydney, 17 October 2018 – Greenland Australia’s highly-anticipated new Omnia apartment building is already rivalling the adjacent iconic Coca-Cola sign for top spot as Potts Point’s new landmark, as the 19-storey tower has its scaffolding removed.

Sydney’s north-western residential hub taking shape as new towers emerge

Sydney’s north-western residential hub taking shape as new towers emerge

Sydney, 5 September 2018 – The future Macquarie Park residential precinct in north-western Sydney is gaining an increasingly defined profile, with the first towers of Greenland Australia’s ‘nbh at Lachlan’s Line’ now becoming firmly established on the suburb’s skyline.

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Woolworths opens as anchor tenant at Omnia

05/11/2018 | admin-greenland

Sydney, ​05​ November 2018​ –​ A Woolworths Metro has officially opened as the anchor tenant of Greenland Australia’s highly-anticipated $320 million Omnia apartment building in Potts Point, which .....

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