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ANZ House
City Central Tower 1


Structure in General

high-rise building
existing [completed]
curtain wall
light green


commercial office governmental office


  • The building has double-glazed windows, which serve to reduce the heat load and thus reduce air-conditioner use.
  • Originally proposed at 18 levels, the increasing demand for premium office space in the Adelaide CBD saw the developers add 3 more levels.
  • The building was awarded the 2008 Property Council of Australia Award for South Australian Development of the Year.
  • The building has achieved a 20% improvement over the Australian Building Greenhouse Rating scheme’s requirements for carbon dioxide emissions.
  • Upon completion, it was the tallest five-star green rated building in Australia.
  • This building was awarded a 'Commendation' in the Commercial Architecture category at the 2007 Royal Australian Institute of Architects (SA Chapter) awards.
  • A 22m stairwell tower was a late addition to roof which extends overall height to 99m.
  • The building has solar panels on the roof which generate energy to power the building's hot water system.
  • The building has the most extensive application of passive chilled beams in Australia.
  • This building was bought by the Commonwealth Property Office Fund in December 2004 for $143 million; an Adelaide record for an office building.
  • The building was awarded the 2008 Property Council of Australia National Award for Innovation and Excellence for an office development.
  • The building was awarded a Commendation for Sustainable Architecture by the Royal Australian Institute of Architects (SA Chapter) in 2008.
  • The building has large corner atriums designed to allow maximum natural light and thus reduce the need for artificial light.
  • Construction waste was reduced by up to 60% during development.
  • In its construction sustainable timber was used for internal joinery, loose and built-in furniture, while 80% of the steel used to construct the office tower was 100% recycled post-consumer content.
  • Some of the 'green' features included in the office tower include a passive chilled beam air conditioning system and the installation of energy efficient lighting.
  • The building's air-conditioning system ensures that the air only circulates once, thus reducing the spread of viruses in the building.
  • Will be the second building in Australia to achieve a 5-star energy efficiency rating.
  • The building was awarded the Royal Australian Institute of Architects (SA Chapter)Adelaide Prize in 2007.

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11-29 Waymouth Street
11-29 Waymouth Street
City Central
South Australia

Technical Data

324.80 ft
275.59 ft
269.03 ft
206.69 ft

Involved Companies

Woods Bagot
Woods Bagot

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Features & Amenities

  • Elevator destination control
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