Fresh new look for Sydney’s Martin Place
Better access to public transport, upgraded public spaces and new commercial buildings will be part of the Martin Place station redevelopment.
Macquarie Group will deliver the $378.6 million integrated station development. The Sydney Metro will open in Martin Place in 2024.
Martin Place station and the integrated station development will be built at the same time to reduce any impact to the community. Lendlease will design, construct and deliver the new development.
It will meet the same high standards as all the new city metro stations and will be owned by the NSW Government.
Once completed, customers will walk past a range of stores on their way to the train station. The modern design has been informed by New York’s World Trade Centre station and Hong Kong’s International Finance Centre.
Minister for Transport and Infrastructure Andrew Constance said the integrated development coupled with the Sydney Metro in the CBD will breathe new life into the heart of the city.
“As part of our plan to improve public transport, new metro rail will help give people more choice on how they get around Sydney,” Mr Constance said.
“With the new Martin Place Station, customers in the heart of Sydney’s CBD will have access to an unprecedented level of public transport and will be more connected than ever before.”