Australia’s richest garbo buys $60million ‘sky tower’ ANZ penthouse – complete with a rooftop swimming pool, cigar room and stunning views of Sydney harbour
- Ian Malouf is the new owner of the luxury four-bedroom home in Sydney’s CBD
- The penthouse comes with a pool, private lift and garage and its own cigar room
- It has a floor space of 2,400sqm and have three levels with ceiling high windows
- Malouf sold waste management company Dial A Dump in 2018 for $578million
Australia’s richest garbo has snapped up a record-breaking $60million penthouse on top of Sydney’s ANZ building.
Ian Malouf, the man behind multimillion-dollar waste management company Dial A Dump, is the new owner of the four-bedroom luxury apartment on Castlereagh Street in the city’s CBD.
The penthouse dubbed the ‘sky mansion’ boasts a rooftop swimming pool, a private lift and garage, a cigar room and sweeping city views.
With a floor area of 2,400sqm, the penthouse also has three levels with each room fitted with ceiling high windows.
Ian Malouf, the man behind multi-million dollar waste management company Dial A Dump, is the proud new owner of the four-bedroom luxury apartment on Castlereagh Street in the city’s CBD
Mr Malouf (pictured with his family) sold his business for $578million in 2018 and now runs his own luxury yacht charter business
Mr Malouf’s purchase of the apartment has smashed the records for the highest sale of a penthouse in the country.
As well as its resort-style pool, the rooftop also comes with a cabana making it the perfect entertaining area for guests.
Mr Malouf’s new home is also fitted with a gym and its own conference room.
The entrepreneur had sold Dial A Dump to Bingo Industries in 2018 for a whopping $578million before starting his luxury yacht charter business.
Mr Malouf had been residing in his $40million yacht in Sydney’s Harbour with his wife Larissa.
One of the penthouse’s best features is its rooftop pool and cabana – making it the perfect home for entertaining guests
Mr Malouf ranked as the 148th richest person in Australia on this year’s Rich List
The pair had also recently snapped up another luxury home – a $20million mansion in Palm Beach.
The ANZ tower penthouse was sold by property developer John Boyd and had featured in the Channel Seven program Between Two Worlds.
The apartment was designed by Richard Francis-Jones and was crowned the world’s finest residence at the International Design and Architecture Awards in 2017.
Mr Malouf ranked as the 148th richest person in Australia on this year’s Rich List.
He has an estimated net worth of $729million.
The penthouse dubbed the ‘sky mansion’ boasts a private lift and garage, a cigar room and sweeping city views