Nice scale. Pity the nearby Barangaroo won't be similar.
Looks like a great place to live now. I love those warehouse lofts!
I really like the color of the sun on the buildings.
How fortunate we are to live in this beautiful country and thank you for bringing Sydney alive.
Flats? FLATS??Jim Jim Jim ... apartments, pulease!!
How wonderful it must be to have a cup of tea while sitting on the balcony.Please have a wonderful Sunday you all.daily athens
Nice recycling of the old warehouses, even if the result is that the exterior looks a bit like the Stacked Ice Cube Tray School of Architecture.;-D
Was going to say something similar to Andrew up there ^^.
Julie, I think people think it's trendier to call them apartments these days but I still like the term flats.
I bet these are very expensives whether they are known as flats or apartments!
Boats on one side and THE Bridge on the other side - what a view!
No doubt costs a bit to live there with that view - and they have nice picture windows - but.... well, they probably look better than a crumbling warehouse...
Such an ordinary name for such a fabulous looking spot!Happy travels!!
Must be nice living there, right on the water... nice shot !
Lovely spot to live!
Nice blog, wonderful shots !!
Do you take a boat to work? Way cool!
Springman, I live on the same side of the harbour as my work place in the city, so don't need to travel by boat. Many Sydneysiders who live near Sydney Harbour or along Parramatta River, travel to work by ferry.
some one should tell your city fathers to get rid of the ugly apartment blocks. They are blocking the beautiful harbour Bridge.How's your weather?Today we have 28 degrees and is too hot for us.
Ann, these were old warehouses on wharves that have found a new life as flats, theatres, offices and restaurants. Most people like the transformation. We had an unseasonally cool day today with rain and 21 degrees. Last week was hot for us.
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