25 Martin Place

Sydney NSW

70,000sqm premium office tower

$170 million transformation

50 stores

Revival of the iconic Theatre Royal Sydney

Sydney's newest retail and entertainment destination

When 25 Martin Place (previously the MLC Centre) was unveiled in 1978, it was unlike anything Australia had ever seen. A modernist vision of stark white concrete, granite and glass, it transformed the Sydney skyline, leaving a legacy that stands today.

In the words of architect Harry Seidler, the vision in the 1970's was to create a 'city within a city'. Now with a $170 million investment, this living landmark is being transformed into a vibrant new destination for future generations to enjoy. Today, 25 Martin Place is the centrepiece of Sydney, where workers and visitors embrace business, fashion, dining and culture.

25 Martin Place is also home to Australia’s oldest theatre institution, the Theatre Royal. The theatre is being revitalised and is set to open from late 2021.
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Regenerating a Sydney landmark

25 Martin Place connects seamlessly with the prestigious Martin Place and fronts onto Castlereagh and King Streets. The precinct features:

  • A 67 level, 70,000sqm premium office tower
  • A new dedicated office tower entry statement on Castlereagh Street
  • New luxury and premium retailers to Castlereagh and King Streets 
  • An outdoor plaza environment with best-in-class dining experiences and the city's favourite food court offering
  • A selection of services and convenience retailers including the IGA Romeo's Food Hall
  • Revival of the iconic Theatre Royal
  • Market at a glance

    • Total retail expenditure by tourists in the Sydney LGA is currently estimated at around $2.9 billion, including $1.9 billion in food expenditure.

    • This is projected to grow to $3.7 billion by 2026, at an average annual growth rate of 2.7%.

    • Household incomes well above benchmarks – more than $163,000 per annum in the Main Trade Area.

    • Target customer segments include: CBD workers, tourists and Sydney residents.

    Source: Location IQ Report, February 2019.

    Fast facts

    • Over 6,000 sqm of retail space.

    • Home to Romeo’s IGA supermarket and Food Court.

    • A central dining destination alongside Martin Place.

    • Connectivity to the CBD and transport.

    • Parking located onsite.


    • Centre size6,000 sqm
    • Number of storesOver 50 stores
    Cafes and restaurants
    Everyday retail stores
    Food court
    Free building WiFi


    25 Martin Place, Sydney NSW

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