55 Pitt St writes an imaginative new chapter in the revitalisation of Circular Quay  

After a sustained period of energy and industry, this part of the CBD has been reborn as a vibrant, sophisticated urban gateway to Sydney, with laneways, plazas and thoroughfares ushering in a decidedly pedestrian-friendly era. With a nod to the rich history that both anchors and inspires the new precinct, 55 Pitt St creates a platform of opportunities for reimaging urban life.

A sense of timelessness and ceremony flow through the site, marking it as an important harbour place. The open spaces and ‘living’ architecture promote a day-to-night cycle of activities, coursing through the street and laneway retail spaces, surrounded by cascading native planting and engaging public art.

Queens Court is an energised and dynamic space, filled with bespoke tenancies that bring life and movement to this sandstone-lined thoroughfare. As part of 55 Pitt Street, Queens Court provides an intriguing, almost hidden connection to the grid of laneways and streets that make up this part of the CBD
*Artist's impression was produced prior to planning approval, statutory approval and commencement of construction and is subject to change. The information, image and artist's impression depicting interiors and exteriors are intended only as a guide and are not to be relied on as a representative of the final product.