Home-grown IT giant Atlassian is set to become an anchor tenant at Sydney’s Sydney Innovation and Technology Precinct located at Central-Eveleigh with NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian today announcing initiatives across four employment precincts.
The vision for the Sydney Innovation and Technology Precinct has been developed by collaborating with the technology ecosystem, industry, health, education, and government. The Panel believes the Precinct will drive a sustainable and inclusive approach to the development and growth of the people, the industries and the communities who share its space.
The Precinct is a place where world-class universities, ambitious startups, high-tech giants and the community collaborate to solve problems, socialise and spark ideas that change our world. The Precinct will be underpinned by high quality physical and digital infrastructure.
Ms Berejiklian and Treasurer Dominic Perrottet joined Atlassian Co-CEO Scott Farquhar to announce Atlassian and the NSW Government have reached an agreement in principle for the tech leader to create a new home for their Sydney headquarters near Central Station.
“The Sydney Innovation and Technology Precinct will become the digital destination for all of Australia with thousands of people working and learning, and I am delighted Atlassian will be part of this future,” Ms Berejiklian said.
Download the Sydney Innovation and Technology Precinct Prospectus to learn more about what this development has to offer innovators and investors.