Event: The changing face of Sydney

The networking luncheon will discuss what the Sydney CBD may look like in 2050

Recent and planned residential developments in the Sydney CBD will have wide-ranging implications for the city.

Join API NSW and the CBD Property Network Group in a luncheon Friday, 23 May to find out more about the demographic and lifestyle trends supporting these developments, where the demand is, and the impacts on infrastructure, plus commercial and retail developments.

Held at Tattersalls Club, 181 Elizabeth St, Sydney, the event will discuss the current situation and the outlook for growth, as well as what the Sydney CBD may look like in 2050.

Three speakers will participate in this panel-style event:

Chris Johnson, CEO , Urban Taskforce
Chris Johnson is CEO of the Urban Taskforce Australia, an organisation representing property developers. In this role he is an active commentator on the growth and development of the city. Chris is a former NSW Government Architect, former Executive Director in NSW Planning a Life Fellow of the Australian Institute of Architects, and he has three masters’ degrees in urban planning and architectural areas. He has been Adjunct Professor at 3 Sydney universities and he has written or edited 14 books on architecture and urban design.

Kevin Stanley, Principal, Deep End Services
Kevin Stanley is a Principal at Deep End Services. He is a leading property analyst, especially skilled at interpreting the economy and property drivers to produce an incisive and practical view of future property markets. He undertakes project-by-project monitoring of the Inner Sydney apartment market, the findings from which are regularly reported in the Deep End Services research publication, Deep Leads.

Greg Crone, CEO and Chairman, Crone Partners
Greg Crone for over 25 years has successfully guided and developed Crone Partners, achieving international recognition for Design Excellence across Australia, the Middle East, SE Asia and China. The Group, with its head office in Sydney supported by offices across Australia and the Middle East, has delivered globally acclaimed architecture and planning across a diverse range of projects involving high rise commercial office, apartments, hospitality and retail.

In Sydney award winning projects include World Square, Observatory Tower, King Street Wharf, 2 Park Street and 400 George Street. Most recent projects include 20 Martin Place, 333 George Street and 180 Brisbane. In the field of the workplace environment Crone Partners continues to achieve benchmark planning suitable to transforming the workplace spaces capturing sustainability, technology and innovation through design excellence, to lead the way.

To register for this event please click here to download a copy of the registration form.