70 Phillip Street was the Prime Minister’s office from its construction in 1987 until 2013.
70 Phillip Street was constructed by the Commonwealth Government during 1987 and was the Prime Minister’s Sydney office from its opening until 2013. It is a 14-storey strata-owned office building located among some of Sydney’s flagship premium and A-grade office towers. Floor plates are regular in shape and have a typical net lettable area of 1,150sqm.
70 Phillip Street is located among some of Australia’s most prestigious office buildings at the north end of Phillip Street, directly opposite Governor Macquarie Tower and next door to RBS Tower. The nearest cross street is Bent Street and the closest train stations are Wynyard and Circular Quay.