Sydney’s creative workers are a vital part of the city’s vibe and excitement – and also its economy – and we actively look for ways to foster them.
But we know it’s difficult for them to find affordable space to live and work in the global city.
So in 2012, we opened spaces on Oxford Street to a group of creative workers They were involved in design and architecture, media and film, visual arts, contemporary performance, social enterprise ventures and more.
Since then, 36 organisations have enjoyed subsidised office and retail space; thousands of creative people have benefitted; it’s brought almost $3 million to the local economy and attracted more than 85,000 visitors to Oxford Street.
It has been a boon for the street, for our tenants and for the City as a whole.
We have now developed the under-used garage spaces downstairs to the bespoke retail spaces facing onto Foley Street and partially closed the street to make it a more appealing space. It's absolutely gorgeous and I'm sure you'll love the new retail offering available.