Construction is underway at the Moxy Hotel Sydney Airport


Work has started on the construction of Moxy Sydney Airport, with crews from Roberts Co on the 2,997 square meter site underway for construction of the 301-bedroom property set to open in 2023 .

Announced at AHICE earlier this year, the inaugural Moxy brand entry by Marriott International in Sydney will feature the label in operation adjacent to Sydney Airport, with rooms suitable for business and leisure travelers. Hobbies.

RF Corval’s A $ 140 million joint venture with KS Hotels and Resorts will strengthen Roberts Co’s portfolio of projects, which includes the Zurich Tower in North Sydney, the North Shore Health Hub and a major redevelopment of Concord Hospital.

Moxy Sydney Airport will have a cafe and bar on the ground floor.

Located on Baxter Road, Moxy Sydney Airport will feature 301 guest rooms that guests can tailor to their needs, accessible via their arrival at an energetic bar on the ground floor that will also function as a reception. An industrial-themed all-day cafe will be the star of the hotel’s dining offering, offering a varied menu of healthy and tasty bites. Guests can also enjoy a fitness center and self-service laundromat.

A variety of meeting and co-working spaces will facilitate meetings and small events, designed as a lively and inviting space to get together with colleagues and friends.

RF Corval Hotel Manager Chris Boys said he was happy to see the work being done on the site.

“We know Roberts Co is well positioned to deal with the complexity of the project,” Boys said.

The hotel will also offer a social lounge and a variety of flexible meeting spaces.

“This project clearly reflects our confidence in the accommodation and travel industry. With our partners, we share a positive vision of longer-term demand, with a forecast of a recovery in travel and tourism following the opening of borders.

Roberts Co CEO Alison Mirams said the project will also help the company showcase its innovative style, which includes 36% women on the project team.

“Our entire project team will be working throughout the five-day work week that we are known for,” said Mirams.

“This will be our third project under this model and our first in the private sector, which we believe leads to improved staff happiness. As in other industries, the team greatly benefits from spending their weekends with friends and family. Their improved mental and physical well-being ultimately translates into a myriad of benefits for us as a business, as well as for our customers.


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