CTBUH Silver Member

Dexus

About

Member Offices: Sydney

Website: http://www.dexus.com/

DEXUS Property Group is one of Australia's leading real estate groups, investing directly in high quality Australian office and industrial properties. With $18.3 billion of assets under management, the Group also actively manages office, industrial and retail properties located in key Australian markets on behalf of third party capital partners.

The Group manages an office portfolio of 1.6 million square metres located predominantly across Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth and is the largest owner of office buildings in the Sydney CBD, Australia's largest office market.

Fields of Expertise

Owner (Buildings, Land); Property Management

Membership details

Membership Level

Silver

Member Since

Member Offices

  • Sydney

Buildings

Please note that all heights shown in italics/red are estimated heights. These have been calculated based on known floor counts for the building, then extrapolated through analyzing typically hundreds of buildings of the same function on this database that do have confirmed heights. The user should be aware that non-standard building features, such as significant spires or raised entrances / podiums, may affect the accuracy of these estimations.

Rank
Name
Status

Completed

Architecturally Topped Out

Structurally Topped Out

Under Construction

On Hold

Proposed

Vision

Never Completed

Demolished

Competition Entry

Canceled

Proposed Renovation

Under Renovation

Renovated

Under Demolition

Height

1

171 Edward Street

265 m / 869 ft

2

Rialto Towers

251.1 m / 824 ft

3

80 Collins South

188.4 m / 618 ft

4

80 Collins Street

182 m / 597 ft

5

Grosvenor Place

180 m / 591 ft

6

Australia Square Tower

170 m / 558 ft

7

385 Bourke Street

169 m / 554 ft

8

201 Elizabeth Street

165 m / 541 ft

9

Waterfront Place

162 m / 531 ft

10

480 Queen Street

153 m / 502 ft

Associated companies

Please note that all heights shown in italics/red are estimated heights. These have been calculated based on known floor counts for the building, then extrapolated through analyzing typically hundreds of buildings of the same function on this database that do have confirmed heights. The user should be aware that non-standard building features, such as significant spires or raised entrances / podiums, may affect the accuracy of these estimations.

Rank
Name
City
Height

1

171 Edward Street

Brisbane

265 m

869 ft

2

Rialto Towers

Melbourne

251 m

824 ft

3

80 Collins South

Melbourne

188 m

618 ft

4

201 Elizabeth Street

Sydney

184 m

604 ft

5

80 Collins Street

Melbourne

182 m

597 ft

6

Grosvenor Place

Sydney

180 m

591 ft

7

Australia Square Tower

Sydney

170 m

558 ft

8

385 Bourke Street

Melbourne

169 m

554 ft

9

201 Elizabeth Street

Sydney

165 m

541 ft

10

Waterfront Place

Brisbane

162 m

531 ft

11

480 Queen Street

Brisbane

153 m

502 ft

12

100 Mount Street

Sydney

152 m

498 ft

13

Central Place Sydney South Tower

Sydney

151 m

494 ft

14

Central Place Sydney North Tower

Sydney

143 m

470 ft

15

140 George Street

Parramatta

138 m

453 ft

16

Woodside Plaza

Perth

137 m

449 ft

17

AMP Place

Brisbane

135 m

443 ft

18

1 Bligh Street

Sydney

133 m

436 ft

19

King George Central

Brisbane

129 m

423 ft

20

KPMG Centre

Sydney

127 m

417 ft

21

123 Albert Street

Brisbane

127 m

417 ft

21

BHP Billiton Centre

Melbourne

127 m

417 ft

23

National Mutual Centre

Sydney

123 m

404 ft

24

ANZ Centre

Brisbane

106 m

348 ft

25

321 Kent Street

Sydney

103 m

338 ft

26

ANZ House

Adelaide

99 m

325 ft

27

141 Walker Street

Sydney

97 m

318 ft

28

Hooker House

Sydney

95 m

312 ft

29

Zenith Tower 1

Sydney

94 m

308 ft

29

Zenith Tower 2

Sydney

94 m

308 ft

31

Prudential Building

Sydney

93 m

305 ft

32

Alluvion

Perth

92 m

302 ft

33

Kings Square V

Perth

90 m

295 ft

34

AM-60

Brisbane

89 m

292 ft

35

452 Flinders Street

Melbourne

88 m

289 ft

36

Kings Square I

Perth

88 m

289 ft

37

Arthur Young Building

Sydney

87 m

285 ft

38

Colonial Tower

Parramatta

83 m

272 ft

39

8 Nicholson Street

Melbourne

83 m

272 ft

40

5 Martin Place

Sydney

83 m

271 ft

41

201 Elizabeth Street Extension

Sydney

82 m

269 ft

42

Lumley House

Sydney

75 m

246 ft

43

50 Pitt Street

Sydney

74 m

243 ft

Please note that this height is estimated, based on a floor count of 17 floors. The estimation has been arrived at by analyzing 6,262 other buildings of the same office function on this database that do have confirmed heights. The user should be aware that non-standard features, such as significant spires or raised entrances / podiums, may affect the accuracy of this estimation.

44

105 Phillip Street

Parramatta

65 m

213 ft

45

Customs House

Canberra

53 m

174 ft

46

14 Moore Street

Canberra

51 m

167 ft

47

Waterfront Brisbane North Tower

Brisbane

- m

- ft

48

Waterfront Brisbane South Tower

Brisbane

- m

- ft

49

52-60 Collins Street

Melbourne

- m

- ft

50

385 Bourke Street Tower 2

Melbourne

- m

- ft

CTBUH Initiatives Involving Dexus Property Group

Christoph Ingenhoven Explains the Necessity for High-Rises

12 June 2013

Christoph Ingenhoven presents his point of view regarding the necessity of high-rises in cities. He discusses a wide range of built projects, including one of the first ecological high-rises, the RWE Tower in the center of Essen as well as 1 Bligh, situated in the historical part of the financial district in Sydney, an award-winning project which set new standards regarding social, cultural, urban-planning, and sustainability. The future for most human beings will take place in cities. The reasons for this are multifaceted: geographical, ecological, and economical. The densification of cities is one of the architect’s major tasks and challenges.

ingenhoven architects Presents on 1 Bligh Street

18 October 2012

Sydney’s central business district was transformed by 1 Bligh Street’s elliptical tower, which offers tenants several ground-breaking technological advances. The centerpiece is Australia’s tallest naturally ventilated skylit atrium, which soars the full height of the building. Other innovations include a double-skin, naturally-ventilated glass façade and a hybrid system using gas and solar energy to generate cooling, heating and electricity for the building.