Constructed in 1936, the City Mutual Building is described by some Heritage Architects as Australia's most significant Art Deco building. At the time of construction, this landmark building was seen as Sydney's answer to New York's Empire State Building.
Kyko Group identified the opportunity for the City Mutual Building to become Sydney's premier strata office building. A complete refurbishment and strata subdivision of the building was completed in 2006. A Grade strata standard office space was, for the first time, offered in a building with the sophistication and grandeur that can only be provided by the City Mutual Building. Being central in Sydney's Core Precinct, this project presented a sound opportunity for astute investors and companies desirous of owning their premises in Sydney's premier CBD strata office destination. Cox Richardson was the Interior Designers for the project. Seven magnificent display suites were created on Level 8 of the building.
The City Mutual Building is located on the corner of Hunter and Blight Streets, Sydney.