A revitalisation of Pyrmont’s Bay Centre establishes the building as one of Darling Harbour’s most desirable and sustainable commercial addresses.

The revitalisation of The Bay Centre in Pyrmont breathes new life into the building which overlooks Darling Harbour,  re-establishing it as one of the precinct’s most desirable commercial addresses.

Gray Puksand Senior Interior Designer, Francesa Moccia, says an enhanced street presence sets the scene for the revitalised Bay Centre building.

“The introduction of a facade cladding design and modern awning emphasise the entry, creating a sense of verticality and depth for the building,” Ms Moccia said.

“The arrival experience is further enhanced by moving the entry door in line with the lift, creating a seamless journey from footpath to desk.”

Mirvac Capital Works Manager Andrew Irving said the project represented the company’s first significant capital spend on the Bay Centre building in close to two decades.

“Walking into a Mirvac asset should be an experience that is instantly recognisable beyond the logo on the door,” Mr Irving said.

“The rejuvenation of the Bay Centre achieves this through a well-considered aesthetic with superior finishes, a thoughtfully integrated food and beverage offering and premium end of trip facility.”

Designed as a true workplace of the future, the Bay Centre lobby anchors itself as an enticing ‘third place’.

The lobby has been designed to deliver an array of opportunities to connect and collaborate – from the fully serviced cafe, to the selection of working booths with integrated power access.

Indigenous concave and convex timber battens with acoustic backing are used against a backlit onyx wall to create a warm and inviting space, while concrete render with hints of brass lends a refined and elegant touch to the lobby.

The tenant experience is further enhanced through a premium end of trip facility that offers a luxurious arrival experience for office workers who engage in an active commute.

The rejuvenated Bay Centre design proudly establishes the building as one of Mirvac’s most ‘green’ assets.