226 Victoria Street, Potts Point NSW 2011
Omnia - 226 Victoria Street, Potts Point

Starting From $996,000

Omnia - 226 Victoria Street, Potts Point

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Omnia - 226 Victoria Street, Potts Point


Omnia - 226 Victoria Street, Potts Point
Estimated completion date

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Urban's three favourite things about Omnia, Potts Point:

  • COMPLETED AND READY TO MOVE IN - A landmark building in an iconic location.
  • Within walking distance to the greatest Sydney has to offer.
  • Spacious apartments in a uniquely designed building.

The $262 million development was brought to fruition by developers Greenland Australia under the architectural lead of Durbach Block Jaggers. The building is situated between Victoria Street and Darlinghurst Road in Potts Point and features a curvaceous hourglass shaped façade. Residents can enjoy convenient access to the on-site Woolworths supermarket, as well as speciality stores and restaurants on Level One.

A new-born landmark within lively, cosmopolitan surrounds, Omnia encapsulates the essence of world-class architecture – right here in the harbour city of Sydney.

Rising 20 storeys above a sculptured podium, this modern-day architectural icon boasts a commanding glass-clad façade that wraps tight around its unique, hourglass form. Combining breathtaking views with a unique location in the glamourous suburb of Potts Point, Omnia is your dream destination.



The Regal has been designed to the unique configuration requested by the buyer and features four bedrooms – each with an en-suite. Studioaria was tasked with the design of the interiors of the apartments, which feature bespoke joinery, custom carpets, a silk feature wall, leather panelling and luxurious golden tapware. The apartment also features an expansive lounge, with an organic indoor-outdoor flow and built-in BBQ. A designer kitchen with Gaggenau appliances is situated as the centrepiece of the living area, providing the perfect space to entertain.


The Royal is the second sold penthouse apartment within the Omnia complex. Featuring a sculptural helical staircase surrounding a cylindrical lift, the four-bedroom, four bathroom apartment is nothing short of lavish. The penthouse was sold in March this year to a couple from Sydney who purchased the property for $14,250,000 – which equates to a staggering $50,000 per square meter. The couple also purchased a second 2-bedroom apartment in the same building for their adult children, resulting in a combined sale of $16 million.


The final penthouse on offer, The Nobel, is still on the market and has been designed with reference to the elegance of The Hamptons’ coastal beach house retreats. The Nobel features a freestanding bathtub in the master bedroom, as well as a jacuzzi on the terrace.

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