1 Bligh is the next generation in Premium grade sustainable office space and is a building that combines
leading edge design, technology and sustainability in one of the world's most enviable locations.

As a flagship office property for co-owners Dexus, Dexus Wholesale Property Fund (DWPF) and
Mercatus Dexus Australia Partnership (MDAP), 1 Bligh is testament to their commitment to deliver the
highest quality workspace for customers.

Every aspect of 1 Bligh, from the double-skin façade to the full-height glass atrium is designed to
optimise sustainability performance and the workplace environment.


Prime Sydney CBD location with excellent views of Sydney Harbour

A glazed and naturally ventilated wintergarden space at ground 
floor level

One of Australia's largest green walls (vertical garden) on the ground floor level

A naturally ventilated internal atrium (approx. 135 metres in height)


Premium end-of-trip facilities including bicycle storage, lockers, shower facilities and drying room

Executive concierge

Oasis studio offers an onsite wellness room and classes

Exclusive access to Oasis Studio for small meetings and events

Stylish foyer café and outdoor green wall café

Meat & Wine Co. (coming soon)

Onsite car park and loading dock

24-hour onsite security monitoring and patrol services


Premium grade office design

Unique column-free floorplates designed to maximise workspace

Large ~1,600sqm floorplates and suites from 111sqm

Horizontal and vertical connectivity between floors

Double skin floor to ceiling glass façade







1 Bligh acknowledges the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation as Traditional Custodians of this land, and recognises their ongoing connection to land, waters and community. 
We pay our respects to the First Australians, and their Elders past, present and emerging.
1 Bligh proudly rests on the land of the Gadigal People who are one of 29 clan groups that are identified collectively as the Eora Nation.  The Eora Nation is now known as the Sydney metropolitan region.
Eora people are known as saltwater people and the Gadigal people lived all around Sydney harbour. Gadigal men and women fished from the abundant harbour, men using multi-pronged spears and women in kayaks made from bark from kurrajong and hibiscus trees.

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