Studio 54 is a new development nestled amongst the café, college and rag trade enclave of Surry Hills.
Perfectly positioned, it’s just a two-minute stroll down the road to Central Station and a five-minute walk up to the cafés, bars and restaurants of Crown St.
Its modern, practical design along with the latest generation communication hubs has attracted interest from a wide range of industries from IT and design to legal and finance firms.
One feature of the building that is immediately recognisable is the sleek screens which adorn both sides of the facade. This allows maximum sun exposure without compromising privacy.
Sun exposure is enjoyed throughout the entire building with two atriums, one alongside the exposed glass lift and another massive opening in the centre of the building.
Street-facing tenancies benefit from floor-to-ceiling windows which slide open onto a “fresh air” platform perfect for smokers or anyone just wanting a break without leaving the building.
Every suite has its own climate control console and is fitted out to architectural grade finishes and lighting.
For those wanting a view, suites on the rear of the building overlook a vista of the Sydney CBD.
Finally, there’s a real option for businesses wanting the benefits of a high-grade building without the chaos of being based in the CBD.
For more information on Studio 54, phone Dillon Roy on 0412 000 332.

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