It's been a long time coming getting a walkway over that crazy road.
I'm going to go against the grain of the Sydney bike advocacy groups and applaud this Engineering gem. The path is wide and the gradient is so low it's a breeze cycling up and down. So easy my mum could probably do it without an electric boost. The beauty of the bridge is the incremental rises, there are subtle flat bits.
Check the RMS website for more details.
When my company was looking for a new office to move to in the city my criteria was, they need to have showers. Sydney is an active society. Just step out to hyde park for lunch and you'll be bowled over by at least 42 joggers, soccer players, people rushing to a PT session.
We hit the jackpot at 201 Elizabeth St. The "End of Journey facilities" include:
I applaud any council that enforces minimum "End of Journey" floor space into their LEPs.
Checkout City of Sydney's 2012 LEP with its End of Journey policy which pretty much gives developers space for free:
A building on land (other than land in Central Sydney) that is used only for the purposes of commercial premises and that has all of the following facilities together in one area of the building, is eligible for an amount of additional floor space (end of journey floor space) equal to the floor space occupied by those facilities
Industry Leader Investa
Big shout out to Investa who is the leader in the Australian Property Management Industry pushing for these facilities to encourage and attract tenants to their buildings.
Facilities are state-of-the-art. Bathrooms are stunning. Lockers are secure. Everything you need. Why would you even shower at home?
Check out their office 400 George St, Sydney Australia - here.
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