List of tallest buildings in Wollongong

This is a list of the tallest buildings in Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia. In accordance with CTBUH guidelines, heights are measured to the structural height, which includes architectural elements, such as spires, but not communications antennas.[1] There is a height limit of 120 metres (390 ft) in parts of the city, such as sections of Crown Street and Burelli Street.

Tallest buildings

Rank Name Height Floors Built Use
1 Creston Apartments 49 metres (161 ft) 16 1983 Residential
2 Harbour Apartments 48 metres (157 ft) 15 2017 Residential
3 Oxford on Crown - Tower 1 48 metres (157 ft) 14 2016 Residential
4 Oxford on Crown - Tower 2 48 metres (157 ft) 14 2016 Residential
5 Crown Wollongong - Tower 1 47 metres (154 ft) 15 2017 Residential
6 Crown Wollongong - Tower 2 47 metres (154 ft) 15 2017 Residential
7 Sage Hotel 45 metres (148 ft) 13 2008 Hotel
8 Wollongong City Council Building 45 metres (148 ft) 12 1988 Office
9 Diment Towers ~42 metres (138 ft) 12 1971 Residential
10 North Building (Crown Tower) ~42 metres (138 ft) 9 1975 Office/Retail
11 Nan Tien Temple Pagoda 40 metres (130 ft) 8 1995 Temple
12 Wollongong Hospital 39 metres (128 ft) 9 1947 Hospital
13 Vivid 36 metres (118 ft) 10 2017 Residential
14 Sage Hotel - Building 1 35 metres (115 ft) 11 2008 Residential
15 Rockwell Apartments 35 metres (115 ft) 11 2004 Residential
16 Eclipse 35 metres (115 ft) 10 2007 Residential
17 Victoria Square - Tower 1 35 metres (115 ft) 10 2007 Residential
18 Victoria Square - Tower 2 35 metres (115 ft) 10 2007 Residential
19 Wollongong Services Building 35 metres (115 ft) 10 1960 Hospital
20 Novotel Northbeach Hotel 35 metres (115 ft) 9 1983 Hotel

Proposed, approved and under construction buildings

Name Height Floors Completion Use Status
Signature Wollongong 75 metres (246 ft) 22 2020 Residential Under Construction[2]
Skye Tower 75 metres (246 ft) 21 2020 Residential Under Construction[3]
Crownview 65 metres (213 ft) 20 Mixed On Hold[4]
Avanté 65 metres (213 ft) 19 2020 Mixed Under Construction[5]
Aire Wollongong 60 metres (200 ft) 18 Residential Approved[6]
Kenny + Ellen + Atchinson Street - Tower 1 60 metres (200 ft) 17 Residential Approved[7]
Kenny + Ellen + Atchinson Street - Tower 2 60 metres (200 ft) 17 Residential Approved
28-32 Young Street & 29-31 Belmore Street 58 metres (190 ft) 15 Mixed Approved
20-26 Young Street 51 metres (167 ft) 15 Residential Proposed
35-37 Atchinson Street 49 metres (161 ft) 14 Residential Proposed
Langs Corner Office Tower 49 metres (161 ft) 12 Office Under Construction
111-119 Crown Street 49 metres (161 ft) 12 Office Proposed
35 Kenny Street 48 metres (157 ft) 14 Residential Under Construction
23 Kenny Street 48 metres (157 ft) 14 Residential Proposed
Onyx 47 metres (154 ft) 13 2020 Residential Under Construction[8]
71-77 Kembla Street 46 metres (151 ft) 14 Residential Proposed
16-18 Belmore Street 45 metres (148 ft) 13 Residential Proposed

See also

References

  1. "Wollongong". Emporis. Retrieved 13 January 2014.
  2. "Wollongong developments for city living and seniors approved by the Joint Regional Planning Panel". Illawarra Mercury. Retrieved 18 May 2016.
  3. "DA 9-15 Railway Parade". JRPP. Retrieved 3 August 2018.
  4. "Crown View". Oxford Crown Group. Retrieved 3 March 2017.
  5. "Wollongong skyline on the rise with six-year-old apartment plan". Illawarra Mercury. Retrieved 29 June 2017.
  6. "DA - 38 Atchinson Street". Planning Panels. Retrieved 26 January 2018.
  7. "$84 million development approved". Illawarra Mercury. Retrieved 17 November 2017.
  8. "$22m tower planned for Atchison Street fire site". Illawarra Mercury. Retrieved 17 September 2016.
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