The current building will undergo a $13.5million transformation with the addition of two new upper levels as part of an extensive internal and external upgrade. On the ground floor, food and beverage retailers will benefit from a dedicated local audience with the upper floors hosting a minimum of 250 workers every day. Commercial tenants will benefit from sweeping 600sqm+ floor plates, flooding natural light from floor-to-ceiling windows, and unobstructed views across Guilfoyle Park and Sydney Harbour.
“The outdoor dining area takes full advantage of the generous indoor/outdoor aspect. Here, a verdant climber weaves itself around an open pergola structure, creating a relaxed atmosphere for long lunches or after-work drinks.”
Anthony Wyer, Wyer & Co
The architectural vision for Pallas House is shaped by the future, but tremendous care is also being taken to retain the heritage aesthetic and form of the original building. Reimagined by architects, Lawton Hurley, with landscaping by Wyer & Co, the design evolution pays respect to the existing structure and its distinctive architectural façade, whilst significantly enhancing the building’s internal capacity and amenity with the addition of two commercial levels on the upper floors.