Ian Malouf Drops $60M on Sydney’s ANZ Tower Penthouse

Ian Malouf has spent a record-setting A$60 million on the landmark ‘sky home’ at the ANZ Tower, previously owned by property developer John Boyd.

The sale of the historic penthouse sets a new national record for the selling of a single, constructed apartment.

Source: Christie’s International Real Estate

Malouf founded the Dial-a-Dump company, which he would go on to sell for A$578 million in 2018 to Bingo Industries. He enjoys a net worth of A$729 million according to this years Australian Financial Review Rich List 200 and enjoys a penchant for luxury superyachts.

He has also been on a bit of a spending spree as of late, having just secured a Palm Beach getaway property for A$20 million.

This extraordinary abode, equipped with a resort-style rooftop pool, private secured parking, and a private lift, is the surmount beauty of the internationally acclaimed ANZ Tower in Sydney’s CBD.

It was crowned at the International Design & Architecture Awards 2017 and boasts a gross floor area of roughly 2,400 sqm spread over three storeys with outstanding harbour and city views.

The penthouse accommodates four spacious bedroom suites, each with a marble bathtub, and offers unmatched levels of privacy with 24-hour security.

Its many magnificent gathering rooms, which are framed by soaring double-height ceilings and stunning glass walls make it a stunning entertainer.

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