Meet the Stars - Central Park, Sydney
The face of Sydney is changing. The focus of our city’s urban landscape is shifting, and at the forefront of this shift are developments like Central Park.
A new Frasers Property development, Central Park is transforming the old Kent Brewery site in Chippendale - which once stood closed to the public behind locked iron gates - into a mixed-use city oasis that welcomes members of the community into its heart. With apartments, laneways, restaurants, offices, gardens, shops and terraces, Central Park combines inner city Sydney’s industrial past with its high-density, low-impact sustainable future.
Sustainability, both environmental and social, forms an integral aspect of Central Park’s design, with Frasers Property committing to the achievement of minimum 5 Star Green Star ratings for Central Park’s apartment buildings, offices and shopping complex.
Join us on Thursday 22 August 2013 at the stunning Doltone House Jones Bay Wharf as the Central Park project team comes together to present an in-depth case study of the development’s sustainable features, which include on-site water recycling and thermal tri-generation plants, green walls, rooftop gardens, smart-metering and more.
- Michael Goldrick, Project Director, Frasers Property
- Atena Malamiri, Sustainability Manager, Watpac Construction
- Alan Davis, Associate Director, WSP Built Ecology
- Romilly Madew, Chief Executive, GBCA (Moderator)
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CPD Points2 Green Star CPD point(s).
Location26 - 32 Pirrama Road
Pyrmont Point NSW 2009
Getting ThereDoltone House - Jones Bay Wharf
Piers 19-21 Upper Deck