Digital engineering and smart building technologies are helping Sixty Martin Place stand out as a landmark, sustainably designed and built, new development in Sydney’s CBD.
The $1 billion, 33-storey premium grade office building, which also features civic, retail spaces and green terraces, was designed by HASSELL, constructed by Lendlease and is co-owned by Investa Commercial Property Fund (ICPF) and Gwynvill. It has a net lettable area of circa 40,000 square metres and is targeting a 6-Star Green Star office rating, 5-star NABERS energy rating and WELL Certified Platinum rating.
Features that are helping Sixty Martin Place achieve its key sustainability objectives include:
The development is supported by the CEFC through an equity commitment of $110 million as part of a $600 million capital raising for the $4.1 billion Investa Commercial Property Fund (ICPF) in 2016. The transaction established a co-operation agreement to promote increased uptake of energy efficiency design principles and technologies in the built environment. Investa was Australia’s first property company to commit to a Science Based Target of net zero emissions by 2040, supported by a work plan of carbon reduction programs.
New South Wales, Property, Energy efficiency