Mirvac refurbishment increases tenancies at 367 Collins Street, Melbourne
Thursday 26 July 2018 saw Mirvac celebrate the completion of an extensive refurbishment of 367 Collins Street, Melbourne, with the official opening of the new lobby.
Completed this month, the newly renovated lobby has allowed Mirvac to maximise the footprint of the building, creating space for four new tenancies on the ground floor and three new tenancies on Flinders Lane.
In addition to Anytime Fitness, Colliers Residential and on-site café Falcon, a range of premium tenants will be introduced to the building. This includes Brickworks Building Products who is set to move in November 2018 in a first-of-its-kind retail offering in Melbourne.
The new lobby also features a four-metre revolving door entry and triple-height ceilings.
Andrew Butler, Group Executive, Office – Mirvac Property Trust, said the company invested significantly to deliver an exceptional new office environment for tenants.
“As part of Mirvac’s vision to reimagine urban life, we’re committed to providing best-in-class assets for our tenants and the wider community. The first phase of the refurbishment in 2016 saw the conversion of a bank vault into brand new, state-of-the-art end-of-trip facilities, The Nest.
“We’re pleased to be celebrating the completion of the second phase of the refurbishment. The transformation of the lobby has allowed Mirvac to create additional tenancies in addition to an activated space for tenants to work, socialise and relax.”
Hazel Porter, Principal and Lead Design Architect at Woods Bagot, said, “The project presented us with an exciting opportunity to re-invent one of Melbourne’s best known commercial towers by activating and energising its entire ground plane.”
Regarded as one of Melbourne’s most prominent A-Grade towers, 367 Collins Street occupies a prime location at the heart of the city’s financial district between Elizabeth and Queen Street in Melbourne. The building is currently home to major tenants Optus and Sportsbet.
Mirvac acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the Traditional Owners of the lands and waters of Australia, and we offer our respect to their Elders past and present.
Artwork: ‘Reimagining Country’, created by Riki Salam (Mualgal, Kaurareg, Kuku Yalanji) of We are 27 Creative.