Sisters of Charity Heritage Centre and Archives officially opens

Sisters of Charity Heritage Centre opens | 18 Jun 2019 |

The new Sisters of Charity Heritage Centre and Archives , built by Belmadar and designed by architects Young + Metcalf, has been officially opened by the Archbishop of Sydney Anthony Fisher. Through extensive alterations and additions Belmadar re-purposed an existing convent in Potts Point into a modern and welcoming three-storey building.

In addition to a centrepiece museum showcasing the Sisters’ work since arriving from Ireland in 1838, the centre features a relic repository, boardroom and staff offices, and is linked to the adjoining St Vincent's College school via a glazed walkway.

Belmadar is honoured to enable the Sisters of Charity to showcase their significant history and community work via this brand-new purpose-built centre, which looks set to become a valuable community resource.


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