City Tatts $200m tower gets the green light


City Tattersalls Club, one of the largest and oldest clubs in Sydney, has been given the green light to proceed with the plans for a $200-million mixed-use tower at its 194 Pitt Street site, in conjunction with developers ICD Property.

It will add a new 100-room hotel and an additional 246 new apartments to the eastern end of the city, adjacent to the mixed-use retail, office and residential tower proposed at the nearby David Jones site at 77 Market Street, by Scentre and Cbus Property.

After a long and drawn-out campaign by the Club, its directors and members, the City of Sydney Central Sydney Planning Committee gave an envelope approval for the Stage 1 Concept Development Application at its meeting on Thursday night.

An artist’s impression of how the new tower would look.

Under the plans, the almost 125-year-old club will rejuvenate the retail and restaurants, open a combined hotel and Club reception on the ground level, as well as an event space, a co-working centre and health and wellbeing facilities.



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