Riverside Quay, Southbank

Located on the banks of Melbourne’s Yarra River in Southbank, Riverside Quay is a modern precinct comprising four, low-rise A grade buildings. The precinct has undergone a significant ground plane redevelopment, which includes 15 F&B retailers, from dine-in to grab & go as well boutique coffee shops. State-of-the-art end-of-trip amenity and bike storage, promote wellbeing, while the upgraded public park to the east of 2 Riverside Quay offers drive-in convenience.

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End of Trip Facilities
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Onsite Parking
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Bicycle Storage
Security
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Transport
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Dining
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Retail
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Quality Office Space
GradeA Grade
Total Area31,822 sqm
Operating Costs4 Riverside Quay - $198.53/sqm PA + GST, 6 Riverside Quay - $198.65/PA + GST, 1 Southbank Blvd - $198.43/PA + GST
Parking Spaces83
Ownership100% Mirvac Property Trust
Major TenantsWalker Group, Leftbank
Nabers Energy45
Availability
Level
Available
Area (sqm)
4 Riverside Quay, Level 6
February 2023
1337.4
Fully refurbished lift lobby and amenities to A Grade standard. Floor may be provided with existing fitout in place or refurbished to open plan configuration.

Fitout: Yes

Rent: $635

6 Riverside Quay, Level 2
Now
127.6
Fully fitted with boardroom, open plan workstations and kitchenette.

Fitout: Yes

Rent: $795

1 Southbank Blvd, ground floor
Now
57.0
Opportunity to be a part of a thriving F&B precienct, with outdoor seating available adjacent to the tenancy. 

Fitout: No

Rent: POA

1 Southbank Blvd, Level 5
January 2023
1,568.0
Fully refurbished lift lobby and amenities to A Grade standard. Floor refurbished to open plan configuration.

Fitout: No

Rent: $630

Riverside Quay positioned on the banks of the Yarra River in Southbank

Contact us

Doug

Doug Winger

Senior Portfolio Manager

Mirvac

0450 911 277

Tasmin Hughes

Property Manager

Mirvac

0432 077 305

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