The Star to make second application for Sydney waterfront development

The Star Entertainment Group is planning a second development application at its waterfront site in the Sydney suburb of Pyrmont, this time for a two-tower, six-star hotel that would cost approximately A$1 billion (US$720 million).

The Star Reignites Pyrmont Plans with Dual Tower Proposal (The Urban Developer)

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