With the relocation of the International Shipping Terminal to Darling Harbour’s Wharf 8 (an architectural project also undertaken by Jackson Teece), the area covered by Wharves 9 and 10 became available for new uses. Jackson Teece prepared a Master Plan in 1997 which has guided the successful regeneration of the area through the completion of new retail, commercial and residential development.

The Plan provided a legible street grid responding to the character of the Sydney CBD urban structure and building envelope controls which assimilate the area with the grain of the city. It also maximised public access from the city centre to the waterfront to establish a new and interesting public domain for Sydney with generous promenades and outdoor seating areas.