Barangaroo Anadara and Alexander residences – feted as the most beautiful homes in the most beautiful harbour city in the world. Barangaroo strives to showcase Sydney as a world leader in sustainability – carbon neutral, water positive, zero waste generation and enhancement of community wellbeing. National FM provides ethical and sustainable solutions to help enable Barangaroo’s goal to be the first precinct of its size in the world, and definitely the first CBD precinct in Australia, to be climate positive.
Barangaroo South – the southern 7.5 hectares of the 22-hectare former container port on the western rim of the city – is the greenest global residential, shopping and business centre in the world. It has a mix of uses, with commercial and residential buildings as well as shopping, dining, hospitality and public places. Barangaroo showcases Sydney’s most exclusive residences. From grandeur penthouses to an opulent collection of one, two and three bedroom homes, these luxury residences offer a lifestyle unmatched on the world’s most revered harbour.
Alexander is a boutique building inspired by its maritime setting, created by renowned PTW architect Andrew Andersons. Lush green gardens embrace the facade and rooftop, magnificently framing Alexander’s harbour views.
The second building, Anadara, is designed by FJMT’s renowned Richard Francis-Jones and is named after the Sydney Cockle. Its fluid form responds to the ever-changing Harbour landscape that opens before it.
Both buildings occupy absolute waterfront position. Every apartment boasts views of stunning Sydney Harbour while expansive terraces offer a sense of space that feels as much outside as in.
There are 159 residences within the two buildings and National FM provides full time building management and concierge services.
One of the world’s finest architects, Pritzker Prize winner Renzo Piano, will design the highly-anticipated residential towers at Barangaroo South: One Sydney Harbour.
After a globally competitive selection process, the Renzo Piano Building Workshop, with offices in Paris, Genoa, and New York, was selected for its exceptional track-record of designing iconic cultural landmarks including The Shard London, The New York Times Building in New York and Jean-Marie Tjibaou Cultural Centre in New Caledonia.
One Sydney Harbour will be a inspiring addition to the Sydney skyline. With panoramic views of Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge this new address will rival some of the world’s most elite residences.