Several leasing deals have already been completed, including a contract to Cox Architecture for 1263sqm. The remaining 4,500sqm A-grade office space is spread over four and a half floors and is attracting interest from businesses in the technology, media and advertising sectors.
St Hilliers executive chairman Tim Casey said the redevelopment has set a new benchmark in the design of office space in Sydney's CBD.
"The building has been restored back to its original condition including reinstatement of centred office foyer with unique design elements to provide a modern environment with work space flexibility and efficiency," Mr Casey said.
St Hilliers is the fund manager, superintendent and development manager of 155 Clarence Street and purchased the historic former Red Cross building in 2011. The building works have been completed by Probuild.
The entry to the building is defined by the reinstatement of the original black granite cladding and the copper canopy at the street front.
155 Clarence Street comprises 11,925 sqm of lettable space over seven existing floors and three brand new floors.