Commercial Real Estate
13th April 2020
by Sue Williams
A new Sydney hotel is bucking the coronavirus-hit tourism downturn by opening its doors three months earlier than planned.
As a number of other hotels close to visitors during the pandemic, SKYE Suites is fast-tracking the opening of its hotel in Green Square because of a surge in demand it has found for longer-term stays.
“We see a lot of hotels closing down at the moment, but we’ve experienced a lot of demand for longer-stay accommodation,” said Crown Group’s chief executive Iwan Sunito.
The eye-catching building, made up mostly of residential apartments, was designed by architect Koichi Takada and has been named by the Property Council of Australia one of the “world’s best projects”. The Residences all have kitchens and laundries, flat-screen TVs, and guests can order home delivery from nearby restaurants.
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