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Sydney's iconic Fish Markets get a revamp

The Property Addict / Architecture & Design

Australia

Nov 07 2018

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The new Sydney Fish Market is a purpose built, authentic fish market fit for the 21st century, that will be a world-class food and dining attraction on Sydney’s inner harbour.

The stunning design will be an attraction in itself, united under a sweeping, environmentally sustainable roof which is one of the building’s most important sustainability features. It will provide natural light, shading, ventilation and allow for the harvesting and recycling of rainwater.

The delivery of the new market will improve visual and physical connections from Wentworth Park to the waters of Blackwattle Bay.

A new section of the Blackwattle Bay foreshore promenade will also be completed, returning the foreshore to the public. UrbanGrowth NSW Development Corporation is leading the project on behalf of the NSW Government. Construction is expected to commence mid-2019 and is due to open in 2023, subject to all necessary approvals.

Quick Facts:

  1. Location: At the head of Blackwattle Bay, Bridge Road, Pyrmont
  2. Size of site: 3.6 ha new precinct
  3. Levels: Basement Parking, Ground Floor, First Floor & Mezzanine
  4. Public domain: Approx. 6,000m2 of a new public domain in the form of two plaza spaces
  5. New foreshore promenade: Approx. 300 metres
  6. Parking: Underground basement
  7. parking for 417 vehicles
  8. Architect: 3XN (Denmark) & BVN (Sydney)
  9. Landscape Architect: Aspect Studios (Sydney)
  10. Sustainability rating: 5 Star Green Star rating

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