Global architectural firm Woods Bagot has been selected as the architect of the proposed World Trade Center Perth project which will be a staged development.
This was announced today by Colin Barnett and Ghazi Abu Nahl, chairman of the World Trade Center New York Association which is the international licensing body.
The $1.85bn World Trade Centre Perth proposal includes the construction of two towers, 36 and 75 levels respectively, with associated commercial/retail, residential and recreational facilities which will include building above the existing train line.
There are 330 licenced World Trade Centers in over 90 countries which operate under the WTC brand and are a major global employer.
Nest Group develops Centers throughout North Africa and the Middle East where it operates 15 licenses. More recently Nest has ventured into China where it is planning major investments in various provinces.