Formerly the NSW headquarters of the Australian Red Cross, 155 Clarence Street was originally built in 1938-39 as a warehouse and showroom for wholesalers, S Hoffnung and Co, and is recognised as a fine example of the art deco style with the convenience of a Sydney CBD location.
The building was completely redeveloped in 2015 following a design scheme by leading architects Bates Smart. This included the addition of three new levels and new outdoor entertaining terraces, featuring all new services and facilities, within a classical refurbished facade influenced by European modernism. The design exposed the original ‘Mushroom’ head columns revealing the warehouse character and creating a premium office environment.
Conveniently placing you in the heart of the city, 155 Clarence Street gives you the benefit of being within easy walking distance of the key transport hubs: Wynyard, Town Hall and Martin Place bus / rail interchanges.