Barangaroo South is a new commercial and residential precinct in Sydney near the entrance to Darling Harbour and a few minutes walk from Wynyard Station. Being touted as the new financial district, a bit like Canary Wharf in London, it is the home of KPMG, PwC, Westpac, BT, Gilbert & Tobin and Marsh. With Barangaroo Reserve nearby, world class restaurants and the new casino underway Barangaroo it is THE place to work, live and recreate.
World Class Restaurants
My favourites are Lotus downstairs for dumplings, Banksii to enjoy a reverse martini and Thai at Muum Maam. Enjoy breakfast at Bel & Brio with their farm fresh produce and for a light lunch Bourke St Bakery or the famous Belle’s Chicken. New restaurants are opening regularly including the new rooftop bar Untied.
Check out the Street of Barangaroo website here.
Boutique shopping and local services
The boutique David Jones has men’s and ladies wear and accessories, or stop in for a pedicure. Local services include the Titanium Fitness First, a medical centre, chemist and the famous Short Stop doughnuts.
With the new Wynyard Walk tunnel, it is only 6 minutes to get to the train station. Wheel your suitcase and in around 20 mins be at the domestic or international airport. The Barangaroo ferry terminal out front will be opening in the next month or so as an alternative to Circular Quay. Or grab a taxi out front or call an uber. But the best thing is the close proximity to walking around the city, down to Walsh Bay, The Rocks, Darling Harbour and Pyrmont Fish Markets.
Regular networking events are arranged for residents which include executives, business owners, expats, retirees and young professionals. Community activities are held regularly on the nearby Stargazer Lawn or relax at the new Space yoga studio.
When released the Anadara and Alexander low-rise waterfront apartments sold out within 3 hours. These two bedroom / two bathroom luxury apartments are fetching $3M today! The Cloud next door boasts the $10M penthouse and is where the 24-hour concierge is located. There are only three apartments on each floor.
About this Apartment
Located between Micro Coffee Alchemy and The Rabbit Hole organic tea bar, take the lift or the circular staircase to Level 1 and step into the entry foyer of this magnificent apartment. Your room is on the left (4.7 X 3.1m) with a built in wardrobe. Corner window faces onto Barangaroo Avenue across from International Towers Two and Three down to Macquarie Bank which has the Good Life gym below. The Canteen food hall across the road is open for breakfast and lunch during the week or Old Town Hong Kong for lunch or dinner.
The stunning main bathroom has a large shower, deep bath and luxury fittings opposite the separate laundry. The open plan living and kitchen with Miele appliances opens to a 6 metre wide balcony overlooking sparkling Darling Harbour towards Balmain. The apartment is tastefully furnished with entertaining friends in mind with dining for eight, double chaise lounge and big screen TV with NetFlix. The balcony has flexible furnishing for relaxing with a book, dining or sipping cocktails. With windows in the bedrooms and sliding balcony doors enjoy the fresh breeze or air conditioning.
Professional working long hours in Barangaroo or Sydney CBD who may be sick of long commutes and would love to both live and work in the city. Or business person living interstate and working in Sydney who is sick of staying in hotels and would like a base that feels like home to keep their belongings.
Rental – furnished or unfurnished
Weekly rental of $650 unfurnished or $750 furnished payable fortnightly upfront with a two-week bond. Included are utilities and broadband Wi-Fi. There is also the option of a car space in the building.
Contact me via email with a little about yourself and your lifestyle to see if sharing will be a fit for both of us. A viewing can be arranged from there.
View a video of the Barangaroo precinct here.