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This award winning premium tower is conveniently positioned in the heart of North Sydney’s CBD.
Built in 1992, 101 Miller Street encompasses an entire CBD block. Its sleek 32 levels form an icon on the North Sydney horizon.
The building was substantially refurbished in 2008 by Mirvac Design, transforming the lobby into a light and welcoming business hub featuring contemporary artworks by painter Marion Borgelt, sculptor Warren Langley, and furniture by Arne Jacobsen and Karim Rashid.
101 Miller Street has been awarded a 5-star Green Star Rating (Office Design Version 2), a 5-star NABERS Energy Rating (Base Building) representing best building performance, and 3.5-star NABERS Water Rating representing market best practice.
Within 101 Miller Street itself, there's plenty of room to linger in the courtyard piazza, relax and rejuvenate. Amenities include a concierge desk, bicycle parking, shower and locker facilities. Paper and co-mingled recycling facilities are provided to support waste production activities.
The building is situated conveniently above the Greenwood Plaza shopping centre with specialty shops, supermarket IGA, and an array of food outlets including the famous Greenwood Chinese Seafood Restaurant with fantastic Yum Cha.
There’s convenient access to North Sydney train station and stunning views from level 32 looking out to Sydney harbour and the Sydney CBD skyline.
Building occupants include anchor tenants such as Genworth, AGL and RTA.
15-20 minutes by taxi from Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport.
3 minute walk to the North Sydney train station.
10-15 minute walk or short taxi ride to High Street Wharf.
1 minute walk to North Sydney bus terminal.
For a low monthly fee your business can take advantage of our investment to allow you to:
Servcorp offices are located on level 32 (the top floor) of 101 Miller Street.
Level 32 boasts a remarkable collection of historic Harbour Bridge photography. The collection of images - taken by various Australian photographers - follows the iconic Sydney Bridge from its early beginnings during its construction through to spectacular modern day fireworks.