New Tech Central workplace at 477 on Pitt

Artist's impression

Artist's impression

477 Pitt Street is located in Tech Central, Sydney’s new tech corridor. Through ISPT’s upcoming redevelopment 477 will set a new standard as a lifestyle community workplace and networking hub for tech start-ups, entrepreneurs and visionaries.

ISPT’s redevelopment plans challenged John Wardle Architects to create an incubator for tech entrepreneurs and innovators. A reimagined building that will become a beacon for employers whose vision is to drive their people and businesses into the future.

477 will deliver energetic spaces that reference the past and transform into dedicated flexible spaces for events and relaxation. Zones that focus on health and wellness, environmental sustainability standards and state-of-the-art workspaces.

Chris McCluskey, ISPT’s General Manager, Development Services said:

“477 will offer dedicated community workspaces and an eco-system that will nurture start-ups and scale-ups. The precinct is part of the Government’s multi-decade strategy and ISPT is thrilled to be delivering such a key property. With 477, ISPT is setting a new standard in workspace, investing in the next generation of talented entrepreneurs.”

Located on a major transport hub and on the doorstep of the vibrant, multicultural Sydney playground, 477 offers convenience and the ultimate work-life balance.

Leah Lucas, Acting General Manager, Commercial Services said:

“We are seeing businesses wanting to secure their place in this standout workspace that has done their thinking for them. They want a smart, adaptable workspace that will help them grow their businesses and meet the changing needs of their employees.”