Dynamo takes the zero point of the model, no shared coordinates, no project base point only pure zero.
You can find the real zero point in your model like this:

there are a number of posts on this forum about converting internal (Dynamo) coordinates into shared coordinates.

The important thing to remember is that shared coordinates are really just a translation applied to the entire model. It is a bit easier since you just have a N/S translation, not a rotation as welll

Thank you for comments!
I’ve downloaded the Sastrugi package and it contains the similar contents above.
‘_Convert Dynamo XYZ to Revit Coordinate XYZ node’ worked!