A symbol of Sydney’s heritage with grand architecture and modern amenities in prime city location.
A prominent and historically significant building in the heart of Sydney’s central business district. Originally constructed as the head office of the Commercial Banking Company of Sydney, it showcases grand neoclassical architecture with intricate detailing and a magnificent banking chamber.
Today, the building serves as a multi-purpose space housing commercial offices, retail areas and a flex working space; while maintaining its iconic status as a symbol of Sydney’s rich heritage. With an eight level heritage façade (built in circa 1892) fronting Martin Place and an interconnecting 19 level office tower fronting Pitt Street, 14 Martin Place caters for various business sizes with tenancies ranging from 70sqm to 870sqm, with an additional 1,111sqm of ground and lower ground floor retail.