Originally build in 1938 and known as the ACA building, 66 King Street is recognised as a fine example of Art Deco architecture. In 2020 the building was transformed by architects Fender Katsalidis which involved a complete ‘back to core’ refurbishment of all floors plus the creation of a stunning roof terrace with excellent CBD views.
The heritage-listed building is now a dynamic series of workplaces supported by retail on the ground level.
The rich heritage features have been retained and restored including the marble entrance, window carvings and perimeter parapet mouldings. 66 King Street provides the unique opportunity for tenants to occupy their own whole floor which feature brand new, high quality fit outs (with furniture) featuring creative elements such as exposed services and timber flooring.
66 King Street is located on the prime corner of King and York Street, just West of the newly transformed and pedestrianised George Street.
This position is unrivalled in its centrality to Sydney’s commercial and retail heart, providing easy access to Martin Place, Pitt Street Mall and the transport hubs of Wynyard, Town Hall and the CBD light rail.