Ace Hotel

A Hickory Construction Project

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Surry Hills history preserved in Hickory’s first Sydney construction project.

The construction comprises of a 19 storey hotel tower, including a rooftop bar and dinning on level 18, as well as ground floor lobby with adjacent bar and cafe.

Designed by Bates Smart, the hotel will consist of 264 guest rooms. This Hotel will be built on a 9-storey heritage federation free style warehouse known as ‘Tyne House’ constructed in 1915-1916. The facade and certain elements will be retained.

 FEATURES

  • Existing basement will include kitchen and back-of-house staff facilities;
  • Heritage façade to be retained to level 10, with 9 new floors added
  • The site is a consolidation of two separate sites, including the retention of a 9 storey Federation Warehouse and adjoining three storey building to be demolished
  • Archaeologist works took place prior to demolition to carefully remove any artefacts.
  • The oldest known kiln in Australia was found on this site.

 

Location: 47-53 Wentworth Ave, Surry Hills

CLIENT

Golden Age

ARCHITECT

Bates Smart

PROJECT MANAGER

Time and Place

STRUCTURAL and CIVIL ENGINEER

Rincovitch

BUILDING SERVICES ENGINEER

IGS 

CONSTRUCTION DURATION

18 months 

COMPLETION DATE

Mid 2021

NO OF APARTMENTS

264

NO OF LEVELS

19