Sydney’s Construction Projects – What Happening around the City

As construction begins on Sydney’s Light Rail you might like to know what other construction projects are underway or in planning stages around the city. Take a look below to find out what’s happening.

Sydney’s Top 10 Construction Projects


$11 billion Sydney Metro - Transport for NSW

Construction on Stage 1: the Northwest line from Rouse hill to Chatswood is already under construction with Stage 2 scheduled to start around 2017.


$6 billion Barangaroo Towers at Darling Harbour - Lend Lease

Under development.


3.4 billion International Convention Centre - Infrastructure NSW & Lend Lease

Projected construction completion date is set for 2016. The facility is scheduled to open to the public in December 2016.


$2.1 billion CBD & South East Light Rail Network - Transport for NSW

Construction has only just begun. Bus routes have been changed. Construction is expected to last 9 months. The light rail should be completely operational by 2018.


$2 billion Central Park on Broadway - Sekisui Frasers Property

More construction of apartment buildings and a hotel is planned.


$2 billion Crown Towers Barangaroo - Crown Ltd & Lend Lease

Construction is expected to begin in 2016. Crown Towers is set to open in 2019.


$1 billion University of Technology Sydney Development - Richard Crookes Constructions & Lend Lease

Currently under construction. Expected to be complete by 2018


$709 million “The Haymarket” between Chinatown & Darling Harbour- Lend Lease

The project is forecast to be completed in the early 2020’s.


$660 million Quay Quarter Sydney Precinct in Circular Quay - AMP Capital

Stage 2 construction should start in 2017 and is expected to take around 2 and a half years to finish.


$500 million Greenland Centre, Sydney’s Tallest Apartment Tower - Greenland & Brookfield

Construction is underway with the hotel estimated to open in 2016, and the residential tower opening its doors not long after in 2017.  

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