100 St Georges Terrace/Enex100 has been recognised at the Property Council of Australia/Rider Levett Bucknall WA Innovation & Excellence Awards.
March 16th, 2011
On Friday 4 March, the development designed by Hames Sharley and owned by ISPT Super Property was awarded the Rider Levett Bucknall Award for Best Commercial Development, the under 10,000 sqm winner and the Excellence in Retail Development Overall Winner Award.
The multiple win acknowledges a development that embraces the complexities of its site to create a vibrant, adaptable structure full of opportunity.
“Not only did the development have to respond to the historic context of the site and attract future tenants, the building was designed in a way so that it would play an important role in the re-activation of Hay Street Mall and St Georges Terrace,” said Hames Sharley Director Dean van Niekerk.
100 St Georges Terrace/Enex100 sits between Hay Street Mall and St Georges Terrace, providing a link between the 2 streets via a retail podium that helps to activate the CBD and offers new facilities to workers, city residents and tourists.
The St Georges Terrace commercial component is a 24 storey office tower incorporating sustainable elements and allowing adaptability and future growth.
Photography by Adrian Lambert at Acorn Photo.
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