380 St Kilda Road, Melbourne

380 St Kilda Road in Melbourne is a 15-level, A grade commercial building providing 24,554 square metres of workspace. Prominently located at the city end of St Kilda Road and opposite the Royal Botanic Gardens, the building is superbly connected to the CBD, and beyond. A significant refurbishment by top-tier design firm Architectus is soon to begin, which will deliver luxury end-of-trip amenity and a sophisticated new ground plane.

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Location
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End of Trip Facilities
Security
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Lobby Cafe
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Transport
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Dining
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Onsite Managers
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Quality Office Space
GradeA Grade
Total Area24,554 sqm
Operating Costs$148.00/ SQM PA + GST
Parking Spaces483
Ownership100% Mirvac Property Trust
Major TenantsToll Transport, Defence Health
Nabers Energy55
Nabers Water60
Availability
Level
Available
Area (sqm)
Level 14, Suite 1
Leased
427
Fully refurbished lift lobby and amenities to A Grade standard. Floor refurbished to base building standard.

Fitout: No

Rent: POA

Level 10
Now
1,268.00
Fully Refurbished Lift Lobby and Amenities to A Grade standard. Floor refurbished to new base building standard.

Fitout: No

Rent: POA

Level 9
Now
1,156.00
Fully Refurbished Lift Lobby and Amenities to A Grade standard. Floor refurbished to new base building standard.

Fitout: No

Rent: POA

Level 8
Now
1,156.00
Fully Refurbished Lift Lobby and Amenities to A Grade standard. High quality existing fitout.

Fitout: Yes

Rent: POA

Level 5
Feb 2023
2629.00
Fully Refurbished Lift Lobby and Amenities to A Grade standard. High quality existing fitout.

Fitout: No

Rent: POA

Level 4, Suite 4.01
Now
1,661.00
Fully Refurbished Lift Lobby and Amenities to A Grade standard. Floor refurbished to new base building standard.

Fitout: No

Rent: POA

380 St Kilda Lobby

Contact us

Andrew Borley Mirvac

Andrew Borley

Asset Manager

0449 155 745
Tasmin

Tasmin Hughes

Property Manager

Mirvac

0432 077 305

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