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60 King William, SA

Builder
Built
Project Type
Office Building
Address
60 King William Street, Adelaide

60 King William, SA

Adelaide’s largest commercial project has taken shape in the form of 60 King William. This mixed-use precinct includes 14 levels of PCA Premium Grade office space, housing companies such as NAB and Telstra.

Intricately Connected

A blend of retail spaces, diverse dining destinations and an elevated workplace experience coalesce to form a truly connected location. These connections extend beyond lifestyle, with 60 King William setting a new sustainability benchmark for South Australia. A 6 star Green Star rating, a 5 Star NABERS Energy rating and WELL Platinum certification are targeted in this new age development.

60KW External
Curving staircase Landscape
A Landmark Development

As part of 60 King William’s development, the heritage listed Sands and MacDougall façade has been restored and retained. Facing King William Street which runs through the heart of the CBD, it stands as the benchmark destination for Adelaide. Studco takes pride in continuing to supply the products used to construct the latest premier projects across Australia, including 60 King William.

60 KW Gambarra Building Supplies V5
60 KW Ceiling Framing V2
60KW exterrnal limited heritage facade
60 KW Meeting Spaces V2
60 KW Plastering

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