The inherited name of this popular Chinatown precinct dates back to the 1800s, where it was buzzing with cattle and corn markets. In the early 1900s, early Chinese settlers moved to this area. And soon, Haymarket was filled with market gardeners, traders, Chinese shops and restaurants and a vibrant history. Today, it is a cultural destination for tourists and a desirable location for businesses.
Conveniently located on the corner of Harbour Street and Little Hay Street, and directly opposite the Market City complex, there is no short of people flow coming and going from this hub. The Chan family acquired this property in the early 1970s, and has witnessed continued growth and investment. Central station, light rail and the monorail are all in close proximity, with convenient car parking locations dotted around the area. Enjoy a short walking distance to the Darling Harbour, University of Technology Sydney and shopping on George Street — this is sure to be a continued hot spot for the future influx of residents with continuous redevelopments in the vicinity.
Enquire about available leasing opportunities. We would love to hear from you.
Norman Jocson, Retail Leasing Executive
Phone: 02 9160 6509
Mobile: 0420 688 868