Central Park is a multi-stage $2 billion urban village, with a collection of residential opportunities arising in stages across 8 – 10 years while Central Park takes shape. This is the first residential stage, One Central Park, designed by Jean Nouvel with PTW Architects and constructed by Watpac Constructions.
Greyton is half way through the major contract to fire rate the steel structure which includes some basement infill slabs between the towers and the support structure for the vast atrium and podiums.
Level 28 houses 4 massive steel trusses that can be seen cantilevering over the edge of the building to support a hi-tech sun light reflector and all the steel has been fire rated with Cafco 300 vermiculite.
Above the 6m high trusses the levels continue up to level 34 which are all supported by structural steel columns that have all been fire rated to a 90 minute FRL