Former OneWorld Sport Building
Home of The Real World Sydney
19 Darling Walk, Darling Harbour
Sydney NSW 2000
Former OneWorld Sport Building Information:
The 20,000 square foot, three-story Former OneSport World Building was located in the Darling Walk Complex at the southern end of Darling Harbour, a locality of Sydney, Australia. Darling Harbour is a large recreational and pedestrian precinct situated on the western edge of the Sydney central business district and home to a number of major public facilities and attractions.
OneWorld Sport Darling Harbour was Sydney's original sports themed venue hosting a variety of functions and events. The venue was divided into six areas and included an outdoor terrace, bar, gaming lounge, pool tables, arcade games, two restaurants and a VIP room. The building could accommodate 20 to 1,100 people, and offered a state-of-the-art audiovisual system including over 60 screens televising sports from around the world. OneWorld Sport billed themselves as "the perfect environment for an after work drink with colleagues, relaxing in the sun with the family or an all nighter with friends." It is unclear when OneWorld Sport closed.
The Building was leased from June 2006 to June 2007 to accommodate the renovations and filming of the series. In late 2008, the Building and the rest of the Darling Walk Complex including the former Sega World were demolished. In June 2009, construction began on a $500 million office development. The low-rise campus-style commercial development includes two nine-story office buildings totaling approximately 180,000 square feet leased to Commonwealth Bank. The development also features a retail component, youth theatre, new park, playground and parking.
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Exterior, Front Bar, Main Arena, Pool Tables, Round Bar
Bathroom, Billiard Room, Blue Bedroom, Brown Bedroom, Confessional Room, Green Bedroom, Guest Bedroom, Gym, Hallway, Kitchen, Living Room, Loft, Lounge, Music Room, Office, Phone Room, Pool, Sitting Area, Stairs
February - May 26, 2007
Photo Credit: Gregg Delman - www.mtv.com
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