33 Allara Street

Canberra, Australia (In re-development)

33 Allara Street is an 8-storey commercial building originally constructed in 1989 as part of a wider precinct comprising the Canberra Convention Centre, Canberra Casino, major commercial offices and improvements to Glebe Park the major open space in Canberra CBD. In the intervening period the precinct has been subdivided and is now in various ownerships.

33 Allara Street was acquired by Molonglo Group in late 2015 with the intention of undertaking a comprehensive refurbishment/upgrade of the building and adjoining external areas to fully realize the potential offered by the site’s location. The building, its neighbours and their immediate environs form a critical part of the CBD public realm and main pedestrian network. The refurbishment of 33 Allara Street will provide an important catalyst to the transformation of this sector of the CBD.

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33 Allara Street is an 8-storey commercial building originally constructed in 1989 as part of a wider precinct comprising the Canberra Convention Centre, Canberra Casino, major commercial offices and improvements to Glebe Park the major open space in Canberra CBD. In the intervening period the precinct has been subdivided and is now in various ownerships.

33 Allara Street was acquired by Molonglo Group in late 2015 with the intention of undertaking a comprehensive refurbishment/upgrade of the

building and adjoining external areas to fully realize the potential offered by the site’s location. The building, its neighbours and their immediate environs form a critical part of the CBD public realm and main pedestrian network. The refurbishment of 33 Allara Street will provide an important catalyst to the transformation of this sector of the CBD.

We love pictures and story telling. With them we create visual essays of the landscape, our projects and curiosities.

Project Name33 Allara Street
Project TypeOffice and retail
Design TeamMolonglo Group, Durbach Block Jaggers and Oculus
Size11,125m2 and 128 basement parking spaces
StatusIn re-development

with the intention of undertaking a comprehensive refurbishment/upgrade of the building and adjoining external areas to fully realize the potential offered by the site’s location. The building, its neighbours and their immediate environs form a critical part of the CBD public realm and main pedestrian network. The refurbishment of 33 Allara Street will provide an important catalyst to the transformation of this sector of the CBD