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Sydney Olympic Park
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|1||Opal Tower||2018||117 m / 384 ft||36||All-Concrete||Residential|
|2||One Australia Avenue||2015||106.9 m / 351 ft||31||All-Concrete||Residential|
|3||Australia Towers II||2015||84.4 m / 277 ft||25||All-Concrete||Residential|
|4||Australia Towers I||2011||81 m / 266 ft||25||All-Concrete||Residential|
30 October 2017
Guy Lake, Katie Rathbone, Philip Vivian & Kristen Whittle, Bates Smart
With nearly 90% of its population expected to live in its state-capital cities by 2053, Australia is on track to become one of the world’s...
02 July 2020
Opal Tower residents have filed legal proceedings against the NSW state government to fix the “cracks of the building industry” after finding 500 new defects....
19 December 2019
Opal Tower builder Icon has cleared residents to return to the Sydney apartment building, which was evacuated 12 months ago after cracking was discovered in...
29 August 2019
Since the evacuation of Opal Tower at Sydney’s Olympic Park, Construction giant ICON claims it has spent AU$24 million (US$16.2 million), despite putting only AU$1...
01 March 2019
The Opal Tower final report, made public on March 1, 2019 after a two-month investigation, found that critical hob beams in the residential tower were...
02 January 2019
The developer of a Sydney high-rise building which had to be evacuated on Christmas Eve says it has been “stunned” by structural defects which have...