Exciting tenants secured for Oxford & Foley
AsheMorgan, and its joint-venture partner, TOGA Group, have secured two tenants for their exciting workplace, retail, creative, and dining destination, Oxford & Foley, located at 60, 90, 120 Oxford Street, Darlinghurst.
Fast-growing Australian customer research start-up, Dovetail, and Melbourne’s world-famous croissanterie, Lune, are among the first to commit to the transformation project that will revitalise these iconic buildings and retail frontages along both Oxford and Foley Streets.
Designed by leading architectural group FJMT, the Oxford & Foley precinct will deliver 9,369 sqm of high-quality commercial office spaces and over 30 retail tenancies set within a unique mix of reclaimed heritage-listed buildings, ground level boutiques, cultural and creative spaces, and newly built rooftop levels.
Dovetail, the brainchild of Ex-Atlassian employees, Benjamin Humphrey and Bradley Ayers, is the first commercial tenant at Oxford & Foley and will bring a workplace spanning 4,300 sqm over four levels at 90 Oxford Street. The workplace, which will become Dovetail’s new Australian headquarters, enjoys expansive north-facing harbour views and large open-plan and adaptive spaces uniquely intertwining historic architecture and new modern levels.
Lune, the renowned pastry and croissanterie, will open its first-ever Sydney store at the precinct, taking a 300 sqm tenancy on the lower ground of 60 Oxford Street. Set to open in 2023, the shopfront will have a newly restored heritage façade and will spill out into the vibrant and reactivated Foley and Burton Street pedestrian laneways.
Oxford & Foley is surrounded by Sydney's best restaurants and bars, shopping, parks, cycleways and is just a 10-minute walk to the CBD. The immediate area and surrounds continue to be in demand, with major players in technology, advertising, media, professional services, design and information showing a keen interest.
Completion of the development is planned for 2023.
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