Skye Green Square

Skye Green Square
Koichi Takada Architects

Crown Group has announced its third serviced apartment hotel will open within Sydney’s $575-million Infinity development. Slated for a mid-2019 opening, the Koichi Takada Architectsdesigned Infinity complex – itself a part of the wider AU$13 billion Green Square redevelopment scheme – will feature 326 apartments, a convention centre, plus retail and dining districts. The hotel element – Skye Green Square – comprises 90 studio, one- and two- bedroom apartments, all with access to a virtual concierge system. Taking the shape of a 20-storey looped building on the corner of Botany Road and Bourke Street, the hotel will be in close proximity to the development’s planned train station and aquatic centre, as well as the already open public library and a co-working space set in the scheme’s underground atrium. “At Skye Suites, we endeavour to differentiate ourselves by offering creative and inspirational spaces to our guests, making their stay comfortable, enjoyable and memorable,” says Wayne Taranto, Crown Group Director of Hotels and Suites. “Skye Suites is redefining the boundaries of the luxury hotel experience with the seamless combination of the atmosphere of an urban resort, the convenience and comfort of an apartment and the amenities of a hotel.” The first Skye Suites opened in 2017 in Pattamatta, as part of the Crown Group’s V residential tower, and featured 72 guestrooms alongside an outdoor swimming pool, gym and rooftop cocktail bar Nick and Nora’s by Speakeasy Group. The second – Skye Suites Sydney – landed within the Arc residential tower in 2018. With both designed by Koichi Takada, Skye Suites Green Square marks the third collaboration between Crown Group and the Sydney-based studio.