Dining options expand as part of landmark commercial tower development

October 3, 2016 by  

The $413m landmark commercial tower at 177 Pacific Highway is to include a grab-and-go outlet, café and restaurant.

Details of the new tenants were released recently by Leif Olson, CBRE Head of Retail Brokerage Leasing Australia.

He said North Sydney residents, including those in St. Leonards, will be able to enjoy the culinary delights of Sushi Jones and the Naked Duck Restaurant and Café as part of the new development’s centrepiece attraction, the Garden Plaza.

The Garden Plaza, he said, will also feature an all-weather, indoor garden that can be viewed through a glass façade by residents, students and workers from the surrounding areas, while enjoying a range of culinary offerings.

The Naked Duck has built up a reputation for its French-American fusion cuisine and owner Amy Le said she is looking forward to expanding her stable of four restaurants with a new outlet at North Sydney.

She said the new venue at the Garden Plaza, which will cover 385sqm for the restaurant and 320sqm for the café, will be ideal for customers of The Naked Duck who will be able to enjoy both the food and the surroundings.

Signs and flyers will also point visitors to the smaller outlet of Sushi Jones, where patrons will be able to indulge in a healthy and fresh range of dine-in and takeaway Japanese meals.

Leighton Properties are developing the landmark commercial tower on behalf of owners Suntec Real Estate Investment Trust.

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