Singapore-based flexible workspace company The Work Project (TWP) has made its Australian debut by opening a brand-new workspace in Quay Quarter Tower, located in Sydney, Australia. The office building is 50 floors high that is jointly owned through Dexus Wholesale Property Fund, Rest Super and AMP Capital Wholesale Office Fund It is an open workspace managed by TWP that covers 4,300 square metres (46,285 sq feet) over two levels.
Tembusu Grand land price area of about 210,545 sq ft and a maximum Gross Floor Area (GFA) of 54,789m2. And with a gross plot ratio of 2.8.
This is the TWP’s first Australian site. “The Work Project has had phenomenal success in creating unique spaces in Singapore in addition to Hong Kong, so we are thrilled to see it translate into the Australian environment through the newly created Sydney area,” says TWP CEO Junny Lee.
He also says that the space accommodates a variety of workplace requirements with flexible packages that include day passes, full-time or part-time hot desks, desks with dedicated space as well as private office spaces. “We believe that this workspace can fill a need in the Sydney small and large-scale commercial community.”
Quay Quarter Tower is a renovation that was once the AMP Centre located on Bridge Street in the Sydney CBD. It was completed in the year 2000. is part of Quay Quarter Sydney which is a waterfront development site that covers 11,000 square meters (118,403 sq feet).