September 3, 2021 - Peak Equities
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The now fully-leased inner-Sydney commercial investment, which has experienced a transformative conversion from it’s previous factory/warehouse status, to now consisting of a mixed combination of contemporary office suites and a brand new childcare centre, was purchased for $21m this last December, in the emerging residential, commercial and technology hub of the Green Square precinct.
The investment property, which is conveniently and attractively located between the city’s CBD and Sydney’s domestic and international airports, was architecturally led by renowned urban designer SJB, and distinguished Sydney developer, the Milligan Group.
The property, located at 20 – 22 William St, Beaconsfield, is situated on a sizable corner locale in an inner-city area which has long been known for it’s increasing gentrification. With former industrial assets being converted into stylish residential and prevalent commercial properties, the interior of the property encompasses a trendy open-plan office of approximately 1,300 sq. metres, occupying the ground and mezzanine levels, and the first floor has been leased to a reputable childcare centre operator.
The Beaconsfield Unit Trust is a significant project to the commercial property syndicator’s portfolio, as it represents Peak Equities’ first investment in the Sydney commercial market since 2015.
With reference to the prestigious award given by the 2021 Dulux Colour Awards, the judges applauded 22 William by SJB for “committing to a single colour and so artfully executing its use in such an impactful way,” they said, “We considered [each] design holistically; the way colour encapsulated a space, highlighted the architectural form and is supported through soft furnishings and furniture.”
The judging panel for the 2021 awards consisted of industry leaders Jefa Greenaway (Greenaway Architects), Melissa Bright (Studio Bright), Patrick Loo (Common Space, NZ), Sarah-Jane Pyke (Arent and Pyke), and Suzannah Waldron (Searle x Waldron Architecture).
“We are awed by the courage and sophistication of this year’s award winners. From public works to private homes, the degree of ambition and excellence demonstrates that designers, architects and clients all recognise the integral role of colour in our built environment and its capacity to transform our experience” comments from Dulux colour and communication manager Andrea Lucena-Orr.
The distinguished award ceremony acknowledges and celebrates every year the work of architects, interior designers, specifiers and students from Australasia, spanning interior and exterior residential, public, and commercial spaces. Entrants are judged by a panel of renowned design experts who recognise participants for their inspirational and pioneering use of colour.
It is an incredible honour to be both considered and be awarded such a prestigious and highly respected accolade from the Dulux Colour Awards. This award is one we feel a great recognition of our work and a valuable opportunity to showcase our projects on both a localised as well as on an international scale.
September 19, 2019