Real Estate Sydney CBD


They say that all work and no play makes for a dull boy, but while Sydney’s central business district (CBD) may be the hub of the business community, it is also a great place to live and play in. The entire Real Estate Sydney CBD spans a little over 3 kilometers with its north-south axis running form Circular Quay in the north to the Central Railway Station in the south. That area hosts the spectacular skyscrapers that seem to touch the heavens, but east to west is where you will find the parks and green areas that add a touch of life and colour to the glass and steel. Hyde Park and the Royal Botanic Gardens frame Sydney Harbour to the east, and the west is home to the bustling Darling Harbour area.

The CBD skyline is dominated by the Sydney Tower which offers incredible views of the surrounding area, and while most of the other skyscrapers play home to the offices of a large number of big corporations, there are still pockets of Sydney CBD real estate housed in some of them, with the World Tower being the most well-known. It may be one of the pricier real estate areas in Sydney, but the CBD is literally surrounded by some of the most popular tourist and attractions making it a great place for people looking for an investment property in Real Estate Sydney CBD.

There is a little something for everyone with lovers of the arts represented by the Museum of Sydney, Theatre Royal, the State Library of New South Wales, the Museum of Contemporary Art, as well as the world famous Sydney Opera House. The CBD is also home to a bustling nightlife and food lovers are in for a treat with the likes of Darling Harbour and East Sydney’s “Little Italy” home to many great restaurants, with something to satisfy every food palate. Shoppers can also get to spend a little of their hard earned money by paying a visit to the Pitt Street Mall, home to over 600 specialty stores.

While many may feel that living in a business district may mean residing in a featureless glass building, nothing could actually be further from the truth. The Sydney CBD real estate are encompasses a number of smaller suburbs that dwell in the shadow of the CBD skyline Darling Harbour, Pyrmont and East Sydney real estate area becoming increasingly popular with home and investment buyers alike. All of those areas are fast becoming the go to spots for Sydney locals looking to dine, dance and play, and with the tourist trade adding a whole bunch of other cultures into the mix, the Sydney CBD real estate area is one that actually lives up to its high price tag.