Australia’s first The Work Project facility is now open

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The Lakegarden Residences land price

Singapore-based provider of flexible workspaces The Work Project (TWP) has made its Australian debut with a brand new workspace in Quay Quarter Tower, located in Sydney, Australia. The office building, which is 50 stories tall is owned jointly through Dexus Wholesale Property Fund, Rest Super and AMP Capital Wholesale Office Fund It is the flexibility of a workspace run by TWP that covers 4,300 square metres (46,285 sq feet) over two levels.

The Lakegarden Residences land price of $273.88, equivalent to $273.88 million per square feet per plot ratio (psf ppr).

This is the TWP’s first Australian space. “The Work Project has had phenomenal success in creating unique spaces in Singapore as well as Hong Kong, so we are eager to see this translated into the Australian landscape with this brand space. Sydney location,” 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 and part-time hot desks, designated desks as well as private office spaces. “We believe that this workspace will fill a gap that is desperately needed in the Sydney small and large-scale commercial community.”

Quay Quarter Tower is a reconstruction from the old AMP Centre located on Bridge Street in the Sydney CBD. The project was completed this year and is part of Quay Quarter Sydney the waterfront reconstruction site that covers 11,000 square meters (118,403 sq feet).

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