Today, Mirvac Group and cultural start-up Yerrabingin officially opened Australia’s first Indigenous urban food production farm, located on the rooftop of Building 3 at South Eveleigh, Mirvac’s new technology and innovation hub (formally known as Australian Technology Park).
Part two of our employee experiences blog series, exploring how businesses are striving to provide better workplace experiences in a bid to attract and retain top talent, as well as to drive innovation and creative thinking in the workplace.
Mirvac has today announced its flagship Melbourne office tower, Olderfleet, at 477 Collins Street is 88 per cent leased, with the signing of leading property consultants, Urbis, signaling continued strong demand for space in the building.
Mirvac has received approval from the state’s Independent Planning Commission for its plans to revive the historic Locomotive Workshops at South Eveleigh (formerly the Australian Technology Park) at Eveleigh, Sydney.
Mirvac today announces new arrivals the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and Dow Chemical at its A-grade commercial office tower, 367 Collins Street Melbourne, bringing the building to 100 per cent leased.
Transforming Australia's Gateway Precinct - Circular Quay' is the first in a series of blogs which will explore how Mirvac's commitment to innovation and truly reimagining urban life is helping shape major new urban precincts.
Employee well being is front and centre in the current sustainability debate and is becoming an increasingly important consideration for our customers re-imagining workplaces.