Representing several years of collaborative development, EY Centre 200 George Street has been one of Mirvac’s most outstanding achievements to date. Jointly owned by AMP Capital and designed by award-winning architects Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp (FJMT), the building was delivered by Mirvac Construction, engaged as the builder for Mirvac Projects and is an industry-leading example of how an innovative, complex design can be brought to life by a construction team working with all its partners to achieve the delivery of a new office precinct and keynote asset for Sydney.
699 Bourke Street and 664 Collins Street in Melbourne is a landmark two tower development rising from the iconic curves of the Southern Cross Station rooftop in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD. The development is built over a service deck above the station with one level of car parking and a public realm comprising of a pedestrian access way interconnecting Bourke and Collins Street.
80 Ann Street in Brisbane is breathing new life into the meaning of workplace. Brisbane’s CBD is shifting its focus towards the north quarter of the City, with 80 Ann Street at the nexus of the emerging new centre, sparking a revitalisation of the area alongside other new developments such as Brisbane Live, the redevelopment of Roma Street Station, and the Queen’s Wharf precinct.
More than a world-class commercial tower, 8 Chifley makes a vibrant contribution to the city and Australia's civic landscape. Spearheaded by Mirvac and joint owner Keppel REIT, it is a testament to the power of a global architectural collaboration between renowned UK practice Rogers Stirk Harbour & Partners with local firm Lippmann Partnership in association with Arup Engineers. Together this team envisioned a highly efficient ‘office of the future' and delivered it in a striking form with 6-star environmental credentials.
Allendale Square is an iconic, renowned 31-level office tower located in a prime location at the nexus of Perth’s commerce, government, law and mining business centre. Mirvac purchased the asset in 2013 recognising the enormous potential of the building and site. Home to a number of key tenants, including Francis Burt Chambers, the building had become dated, and no longer met the calibre of its high profile business occupants.
In 2015 a consortium led by Mirvac, including AMP Capital, Sunsuper and Centuria Property Funds, won a competitive tender to purchase the Australian Technology Park (ATP) in Eveleigh from the NSW Government. The site is one of the largest redevelopment projects in NSW, presenting enormous opportunities for the people of Sydney. As the developer, builder and long term manager of the precinct as well as the land owner and commercial operator of the Locomotive Workshop, Mirvac is ideally placed to realise the full potential of this exciting and historic location.
When Deloitte began looking for new premises, they received a large number of submissions. Mirvac stood out as being the partner who were most attuned to their needs, and were willing to respond accordingly. A large company with complex needs, Deloitte had a clear idea of their requirements, from back-up power to sensors for data collection. With our strong track record in development, Mirvac was able to capture all of these needs and will create a space that delivers exactly what Deloitte is after.
With a growing residential and worker population in Melbourne’s Southbank, Mirvac identified the opportunity to revitalise its three existing towers at Riverside Quay as well as the surrounding public area. As the public space in the precinct was underutilised and primarily functioned as a thoroughfare to its surrounds, Mirvac’s vision was to create a vibrant community space and office environment that reflected the stunning location along the Yarra River.