The project has been undergoing work for more than a year; demolition of the old building was completed in June and excavation is now taking place with a view for the project to be finished in 2019.
There are currently a handful of two-bedroom apartments remaining with prices starting at $2.2 million for 101-107-square-metre apartments.
There are also a selection of one-bedroom apartments still available from $1.29 million.
Once completed, the development cover 38 levels located at 130 Elizabeth Street.
“Prices of prime CBD apartments in Sydney continue to rise due to the many attractions of living in the heart of one of the world's most attractive cities, which is why so many people have been captivated by ONE30 Hyde Park,” said Sue Ballesty, marketing director of developer Ecove.
“Properties such as this tend to appreciate in value more quickly than average because of their scarcity. They have an obvious 'wow' factor, and ONE30 Hyde Park is destined to become one of Sydney's 'blue chip' buildings. Overseas investors, in particular, appreciate that ONE30 Hyde Park represents excellent value for money on an international scale,” said Ms Ballesty.