Welcome to the Chief Mechanical Engineer's Building

Leasing opportunity – registration of interest

Innovating a historic landmark

Built in 1887, this state heritage-listed building offers approximately 1,200 square metres of net lettable area over two levels, boasting character and grandeur rarely seen in the market.
The Chief Mechanical Engineer's building will be a key component in the future of Sydney, with strong links to tell the past innovation story. The surrounding future Redfern North Eveleigh Precinct will be a connected centre for living, creativity and employment opportunities that support the jobs of the future. An inclusive, active and sustainable place for everyone, where communities gather.
Now is your opportunity to have your business be part of this exciting precinct activation.

Framing the Future

The Chief Mechanical Engineer's building embraces the connectivity to the surrounding Eveleigh community, offering a unique opportunity for future occupants seeking to embrace the unique identity attributed to its period charm and heritage features.
The Chief Mechanical Engineer's Building is located near Carriageworks, one of Sydney’s premier cultural institutions, hosting exhibitions, events and weekly farmers markets. Well-known destinations surround the building including Sydney University, Victoria Park, Broadway, Central Park and Prince Alfred Park. Flanked by Wilson Street and an active rail corridor, and adjacent to Redfern, Darlington, Newtown, Chippendale and Alexandria, the Chief Mechanical Engineer's building sits at a key point between Sydney CBD and the Inner West.
Targeting completion early 2024
Layout incorporates single and adjoining character office spaces as well as flexible commercial layouts
North west facing front terrace and veranda
Complete building refurbishment of a significant State Heritage building
Disabled access compliant
Modern amenities, breakout areas and spaces
Base building lighting, communications and security upgrades
Air-conditioning throughout
Lift access to second floor