Point of Interest

Chifley Tower

Australia / The Pacific

Chifley Tower is a premium skyscraper at 2 Chifley Square and was the tallest building in Sydney from 1992 to 2019.  It is named after Ben Chifley (1885-1951), 16th Prime Minister of Australia.  It was designed by the New York architect firm, Kohn Pedersen Fox.  Chifley Tower proudly continues a tradition of architectural strength, inspired by the iconic, art deco buildings of New York. A landmark in the Sydney skyline, Chifley Tower presides over the city, built from quality materials of sandstone, marble and steel.  It exudes luxury and opulence with a grand lobby and stunning views over Sydney Harbour.  Its impressive curved glass façade on the eastern side of the building was designed to represent a glass sail, inspired by Alan Bond’s celebrated America’s Cup victory in 1983.  The base of the tower is curved to match the contours of the Qantas House, now the ANZ building, opposite Chifley Square.

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