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Herbert Smith Freehills Advises Atlassian On The Partial Sell Down, Development And Lease Of Its New A$1.4b Sydney Headquarters

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Construction has now commenced on the 57,000 plus square metre development – located within the NSW State Government-led Tech Central precinct in Sydney – which will comprise a market-leading sustainable 39-level office tower, with retail amenities and new YHA accommodation space at its base, as well as new public realm around Central Station.

Atlassian will occupy the office tower under a 15-year lease. It will be one of the most advanced and environmentally friendly buildings in the world, utilising wood for much of the structure.

Dexus will fund 100% of the project costs during construction and will retain a majority stake in the development on completion.

Herbert Smith Freehills advised Atlassian on all aspects of the transaction including initial site acquisition and the unsolicited proposal and Framework Agreement with the NSW government that facilitated the whole development, due diligence, agreement for lease, trust establishment and the unitholders agreement and development deed arrangements for the introduction of Dexus as capital partner, co-owner and developer.

The team was led by partners Luke SimpsonMatt Fitzgerald and Nicholas Cowie, supported by senior associates Matt Wertheimer, Crusoe Flynn-Pittar and Jennifer Choi.

Luke Simpson said: “We value our long-standing relationship with Atlassian. We were extremely pleased to advise on this unique project which will set a new global benchmark in sustainability and deliver an outstanding workplace for Atlassian and a new landmark building for Sydney. I’d like to congratulate Atlassian on reaching such an important milestone.”

Construction is targeted to reach completion in 2027.

This deal is another example of Herbert Smith Freehills’ market-leading work in real estate acquisitions and disposals, co-ownership, development and leasing.





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