Chifley Tower
Chifley Tower is a skyscraper in Sydney, Australia. When measured to the top of its spire, it is considered the tallest building in Sydney. It was designed by Travis McEwen and Kohn Pedersen Fox, New York-based architects. . Located at 2 Chifley Square , its cross streets are Hunter, Phillip and Bent Streets with the main entry being on Phillip Street. , Due to its prominent location in the north-east CBD, the tower has broad harbour views from its 42 storeys. The tower is used primarily for commercial use, mostly financial institutions, law firms and corporations. A 3-metre lightning rod was added in 2000. To stop the tower from moving in the wind a giant steel pendulum weighing 400 tonnes is held from 8×75 mm wires near the rooftop. Level 41 Restaurant is 185 m above street level. The tower is named after Australian Prime Minister Ben Chifley.

Next Tallest The Tower at Melbourne Central 246m Heights are to highest architectural element.


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