Long-term tenancies

Long-term tenancies

Creative City Sydney

William Street creative hub EOI

Long-term tenancy available 

Creative enterprises, we have a wonderful opportunity for you. We have a large, open plan office space available at our William Street creative hub.

Located on level 3, 101–111 William Street, Darlinghurst, the William Street creative hub is currently home to the Australian Design Centre and Hub Sydney, along with 6 live/work apartments for artists.

What's on offer 

  • 1 large office suite measuring 241m². 
  • Affordable rent rates at approximately 60% of market value.
  • 2-year lease (starting in February 2018) with a further 2-year option depending upon performance. 

Who we are looking for

We're keen to hear from growing cultural organisations, creative entrepreneurs, and imaginative design practices or collectives. From film and audio production, to fashion design, architecture, urban design, industrial design, graphic design and interior design studios, creative tech startups, and everything in between.


Big thinkers with progressive ideas to enrich our Australian culture, keep reading! 

The William Street creative hub is part of our creative spaces program. Through this program we aim to increase opportunities for artists and people working in creative industries to access affordable workspace in the City of Sydney local area.

Successful applicants will complement the mix of existing tenants and contribute to a dynamic hub of innovation and imaginative spirit within the precinct.

Note: The space is most suitable for use as an office/creative work space. Unfortunately, it cannot be used as a retail space, gallery or rehearsal space. Nor can it be used for public events and exhibitions.

How to apply

  • Register for an application guide

By registering for an application guide you'll receive access to all the information you need to know about this opportunity – from details about the property, to how to ask questions and how to submit an application. You will also be registered to receive important enews updates.

Last updated: Monday, 30 October 2017