The $2bn smart financial centre is set to open in Sydney’s CBD on Friday.
The centre is designed to be accessible to people with limited mobility, and will be accessible by public transport.
The building, at 8 Swanston St, will be used by both new and existing banks, as well as by non-financial organisations.
It will offer users the ability to manage their money, create an account, manage investments, transfer money to friends and family, and make payments.
Users will also be able to open a savings account, which can be used to fund their monthly expenses.
The new financial centre will be the first of its kind in Australia, and its design and construction will be designed by the Australian Institute of Architects (AIA), according to the Financial Review.
The AIA has also commissioned design firm Arup to design a new residential development in Sydney.
The centre is scheduled to open later this year.
The ABC contacted all three banks involved in the development for comment, but none responded by the time of publication.
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