Dickson Rothschild worked with Harry Seidler’s office on the first Seidler office building in Australia, built in 1954. The original building had fallen into disrepair and had a relatively high vacancy rate.
 
The intent of the project was to bring a significant building back to life through adaptive re-use by protecting and maintaining the existing building, adding four additional floors, and converting it to become more usable for everyone today, such as serviced apartments or a hotel. 
 
Difficult building codes were met to obtain a Development Application consent for a much-needed boutique hotel on the southern end of the Sydney CBD.
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