Global firm to move into new Sydney home

The legal giant is moving into the economic hub of a newly reinvigorated precinct in Sydney

Global firm to move into new Sydney home
Baker McKenzie is swapping A.M.P Centre for a new home in Tower One of International Towers Sydney.

The firm will be occupying three floors in Tower One when it leaves 50 Bridge St. The design of the office is still being finalised, but the new outpost will feature a mix of fully-enclosed and semi-open offices.

Anthony Foley, Baker McKenzie national managing partner, said the firm is excited to move to Barangaroo, which is undergoing a major $6bn overhaul billed by the Barangaroo Delivery Authority as the most important reinvention of Sydney’s historic centre for decades.

The new offices will be located in Barangaroo South, the economic hub of the reinvigorated precinct, where the three-tower International Towers Sydney complex is built. Tower One is the tallest among the three towers.

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