Sitting abreast the Pyrmont peninsular, Jones Bay Wharf enjoys pride of place on Sydney’s stunning, world class harbour.
Jones Bay Wharf is a $175 million refurbishment of the last remaining wharf on Sydney Harbour. It is also the only wharf to have pylons on dry land as well as in the water. Historically it was one of the migrant arrival ports for Sydney passenger terminal.
The aim was to sensitively preserve its industrial maritime qualities while adapting the existing structure to provide contemporary office space.
The wharf consists of 2 sheds with upper and lower levels divided by a central roadway. The northern half of the wharf will contain small strata titled offices , the suthern half will contain larger office tenancies, and the new Shore Building is constructed at the street entry. The Shore Building has been developed as a commercial office and function centre incorporating the existing brick structures. A screen facade along the street consists of an abstract composition of timber members, creating a street presence and entry statement that reinterprets the technology of the wharf, as well as its maritime history.
Built in 1919, Jones Bay Wharf was redeveloped under a joint venture by Toga Group of Companies and Multiplex in 2003 and is now a modern commercial office building with 138 tenancies over two levels and built across Piers 19-21. Jones Bay Wharf facility management is provided by National Facilities Management.