data, awards, description –
Bullecourt Place celebrates the history of inner-city Sydney in a flexible and glamorous apartment building.
Celebrating Pyrmont’s past With its double-storey sandstone facade and confident scale, Bullecourt Place reflects the texture and mass of the area’s old industrial buildings and sandstone quarries. In the development’s generous corner units, double-height ceilings echo the spaciousness of yesterday’s warehouses. A smaller-scale building links the main buildings seamlessly to the restored Bristol Arms Hotel.
Flexible city living The mix of apartments offers sleek, comfortable urban living solutions for residents, from single dwellers to families with children. Bullecourt Place includes one-bedroom lofts, two-bedroom, two-level apartments and three-bedroom townhouses with garden courtyards. At ground level, the development provides retail and commercial zones, and the rejuvenated Bullecourt Lane provides a central space between the buildings and public access to light rail.
Award-winning urban design In 2005, this impressive residential property won the Urban Development Institute (UDI) of Australia award for High Density Housing.
- Cost7200 m²
- GFA20 666 m²
- 2005Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA), NSW Landcom Awards for Excellence in Urban Development– High Density Housing
news, video, testimonials –
- Press release: Allen Jack+Cottier wins urban design award for high density housing