50 Sir John Young Crescent, Woolloomooloo NSW 2011

Iconic landholding with endless repurposing opportunities


Occupying a visually prominent triangular site of approximately 577 sqm created by the intersection of Sir John Young Crescent and Crown Street opposite the Domain. Formerly the Marlborough Hotel and later the Sydney Eye Hospital, it is a commanding four storey building (1892) designed by renowned architect Thomas Rowe, offering dynamic scope either to be retained in its current form as accommodation premises or with enormous potential for many possible uses (STCA)
The landmark Victorian Italianate property has an exterior of high aesthetic significance, with interiors providing an exceptional creative footprint, plus a whole-building rooftop terrace featuring spectacular Harbour, urban district and incredible City views by day and night

* Circa 1892, designed by renowned architect Thomas Rowe
* Many possible uses (STCA). Zoned B4 Mixed Use
* Previously Sydney Eye Hospital, originally , the Marlborough Hotel
* Currently the Elephant Backpacker with 46+ rooms
* Possible penthouse on roof with the amazing Harbour and City views (STCA)
* Large (hospital) elevator
* Easy walk to City, Domain Parklands, Harbour and top class Finger Wharf restaurants
* Bar/Cafe area with on-premise liquor license



Peter Blacket
Phone: 0419 999 999
Jacqueline Blacket
Phone: 0407 899 944


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Suite 101, Level 2, 2-22 Knox Street,
Double Bay NSW 2028

02 9327 1717

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