New Kings Cross development combines corporate life with hospitality
October 31st, 2007
The new $60 million development in Sydney’s Kings Cross is setting the benchmark for Sydney’s luxury office market.
Recently completed by development company Ashington, the development, CROSS+, is located in a landmark location besides the famous Coke sign in the centre of Kings Cross.
The building integrates not only premium strata office space, but houses an onsite hotel as well as a restaurant, Penny’s Lane.
Ashington’s executive director Craig Minahan says by incorporating the luxury Diamant Hotel into the development, smaller business operators have access to services usually reserved for blue-chip corporate companies.
The 16–level building also boasts a concierge service, and a business lounge/function centre. Designed to establish a new commercial typology, the building is a merge of domestic and commercial finishes.
Negotiations are currently under way for a bar on the mezzanine level, which is sure to attract substantial interest in the development considering its prime nightlife location.
INDESIGN is on instagram
The internet never sleeps! Here's the stuff you might have missed
In the University of Adelaide, a gorgeous chaos of pattern and colour pulls students down the proverbial rabbit hole. But ARM Architecture has been careful to control the immersion, with meticulously considered interiors that facilitate student-centred learning and imaginative ideation.