Archibald ascends strikingly in one of the most cosmopolitan addresses in Sydney. With its timeless façade, Archibald will dramatically enrich the Sydney skyscape. The graceful pentagonal form and strong vertical lines hint at nostalgic 1930s architecture, while maintaining a bold contemporary edge. The project consists for 90 apartments and retail frontage over 19 storeys with 4 levles of undergorund basement.
Due to the building’s unique pentagonal geometry, apartments capture a selection of beautiful outlooks, while discreetly maintaining privacy by way of louvred screens. These enviable homes soar majestically, urban sanctuaries taking in some of the most beautiful aspects of Sydney as it stretches out below in all its magnificence. Gorgeous by day, dazzling by night, these exceptional outlooks span from the CBD skyscape, across the Eastern Suburbs out to Sydney Harbour, shaping a sensational backdrop for the beautiful residences within.
The Archibald residences have been made possible by the collaboration of developers Denwol Group and Scentre Group (Denscen) and award-winning architects Urban Possible and KANNFINCH.
Denwol Group is a Sydney-based diversified property group that has been operating in excess of 50 years. Bringing experience, innovation and astute planning to its developments, Denwol Group’s projects regularly exceed expectations. The company is an award-winning developer of residential, commercial, retail and hotel properties. They have demonstrated great capability in securing re-zonings and development applications for existing buildings and conceiving architectural masterpieces in their place.
Scentre Group, as the owner and operator of the pre-eminent portfolio of shopping centres in Australia and New Zealand, has unrivalled experience through its long-term development and management of Westfield centres. The Group maintains a future development pipeline in excess of $3 billion.
Mainway has been involved as the group’s Project Manager since the October 2016 with the commencement of the team selection and DA design development. The DA for the project was approved in March 2018 and the project is due for completion in 2020.
Council: Waverley Council