KWM acts on Green Building Council of Australia’s new lease arrangements

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King & Wood Mallesons (KWM) has advised the Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA) on its new lease arrangements at the 6 Star Green Star Design and As-Built-rated International Towers Sydney, Tower Two at Barangaroo.

The premises forms part of newly established innovative collaborate community space established by Lendlease International Towers Sydney Trust (LLITST).  A 6 Star Green Star rating represents 'world leadership' in sustainable building design.

Real Estate Partner Chris Wheeler and Solicitor Andrea Jamieson provided pro bono legal advice to GBCA on the structuring and green building leasing arrangements. 

Chris Wheeler said these assets of LLITST represent a leading-edge example of the future of commercial real estate in Sydney, with market-leading sustainability features making the space a perfect fit for GBCA. 

"KWM is proud to have supported GBCA on this significant deal, which will house the council's operations well into the future and will be an exemplar of how a modern sustainable and healthy workplace should be"

GBCA worked collaboratively with Lendlease to ensure the space integrated the best in sustainable, functional, ethical and aesthetically pleasing design – including harnessing natural light and incorporating indigenous artworks.

"We are committed to positive impact and progressive thinking, and International Towers reflects this ethos with a growing community of innovation-focused tenants. KWM's support with our new lease will help us to drive new levels of service and opportunities for our members and the industry," says the GBCA's Chief Executive Officer, Romilly Madew.