Gateway at One Macquarie Place is a landmark building at Circular Quay, a stunning waterfront precinct in the heart of Sydney’s CBD.
This impressive 47 level premium commercial tower glistens on the Sydney skyline. The sheer glass diamond shaped façade envelopes the building with magnificent natural light, taking full advantage of the panoramic vistas.
Gateway was designed by architects Peddle, Thorp & Walker and completed in 1989. This building has since undergone renovations, including a new statement entrance and lobby area that merges the building's original features with modern design elements. Designed by Hassell Architects, lobby highlights include a ‘river of lights’ and stylish contemporary furniture.
Gateway has also achieved a 5.0 star NABERS Energy rating and a 3.5-star NABERS Water rating.
Tenants can make the most of the building with a stylish cafe and bar, gourmet food hall, retail and secure underground car park. In-house amenities include change rooms, showers, retail, and onsite security. A dedicated concierge and onsite management team provide 24-hour support.
Gateway boasts breathtaking views of Sydney’s famous skyline taking in the Opera House and Harbour Bridge, sweeping all the way to the Heads. Many of Sydney’s iconic tourist attractions – including Opera House, Harbour Bridge, Circular Quay, The Rocks and the botanical gardens – are just a stroll away.
Building occupants include Credit Suisse, Brambles, Bank of Tokyo, Mitsubishi and an impressive list of financial and multinational companies.
Directly across the road from Circular Quay train station, and adjacent to ferry and bus terminals, this building offers the best transport connections in the Sydney CBD.
15 - 20 minutes by taxi from the Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport.
2 minute walk from Circular Quay station. Minutes from Wynyard, Town Hall & Martin Place stations.
1 minute walk from Circular Quay wharf.
1 minute walk to Circular Quay bus terminal.
Gateway is situated within Circular Quay, one of the world's most stunning waterfront precincts in the heart of Sydney’s CBD.
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