Located next to the UTS Tower and opposite Central Park on Broadway, UTS Central is a striking, 17-storey, glass-encased building that has redefined the southern gateway to Sydney’s CBD. It adds to the architectural diversity of the UTS campus, joining iconic buildings including the Frank Gehry-designed Dr Chau Chak Wing Building.
UTS Central is a vibrant student hub and faculty space at the heart of our city campus. It's home to the new UTS Library and scholarly Reading Room (both opening November 2019), a wealth of student study spaces, and an inviting, publicly accessible food court that opens onto Alumni Green.
Our Faculty of Law will make its new home in the upper floors of UTS Central in February 2020, with state-of-the-art trial courts and Moot Court, as well as purpose-built student study areas.
Importantly for our growing university, UTS Central adds to the array of learning, teaching and research facilities on campus, with the Hive Superlab, three large high-tech collaborative classrooms and much-needed research spaces for the Faculty of Engineering and IT.
UTS Central is the final significant capital development project to be delivered as part of the billion-dollar-plus UTS City Campus Master Plan. Work commenced in mid-November 2016 with the demolition of the former Building 2. Construction got underway in early 2017 and the buildig opened in August 2019.
- 17 floors (including plant) made up of two underground floors, a five-level podium and 10-level tower
- Location: Corner of Broadway and Jones Street, Ultimo
- Architect, UTS Central: FJMT
- Architect, original Broadway Podium design: Lacoste + Stevenson with DJRD
- Main works contractor: Richard Crookes Constructions
- Sustainability rating: Targeting a 5 Star Green Star Design and As-Built rating certified by the Green Building Council of Australia
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March 2020: A view to the future: UTS Law in UTS Central
January 2020: UTS Central scores 5 Star sustainability rating
December 2019: UTS Library finds its place in the heart of campus
December 2019: Why the UTS plastic-free food court matters
December 2019: Architecturally speaking: UTS Central and the Tower
September 2019: Building 2 reimagined for education excellence
September 2019: Building accessibility into UTS Central
August 2019: UTS Central opens: what you said, saw … and ate!
August 2019: Plastic off the menu at UTS Central
August 2019: UTS Central from go to wow
August 2019: Tree change terrace a top spot at UTS Central
August 2019: Hello, new UTS Central food court
August 2019: An Open House at UTS Central
June 2019: Your guide to the UTS Central food court
June 2019: Your guide to what's inside UTS Central
May 2019: Students get hands-on at UTS Central
April 2019: UTS Central: What's in it for students?
February 2019: What does 2019 have in store for UTS Central?
January 2019: Step inside UTS Central (3D video animation)
December 2018: UTS Central by the numbers
November 2018: On top of the world at UTS Central
August 2018: Introducing the UTS Central Food Court
May 2018: A bird's eye view of UTS Central
March 2018: Building 2 interior takes a giant step forward
December 2017: Building 2 by the numbers
September 2017: Five things you need to know about Building 2's construction
June 2017: Get the inside story on Building 2
February 2017: UTS Central: Demolition on course for March completion
December 2016: Building 2 changes before our eyes as demolition continues
November 2016: Building 2 to go out with a bang as heavy demolition begins