Mirvac Group has lodged a planning application to build a 31-storey office tower at 383 La Trobe Street, Melbourne.
The building is set to contain 44,000 square metres of high quality office space and can accommodate up to 4000 future workers when complete.
Mirvac Head of Office and Industrial Campbell Hanan said the site added to Mirvac’s high-quality Melbourne office portfolio, growing the Group’s strategic share of the market.
“Building on the success of our Olderfleet development on Collins Street, this new site continues to add depth to our portfolio and pipeline in Melbourne,” Hanan said.
The proposed building, designed by Cox Architecture, aims to foster collaboration and agility with open air terraces, smart building technology and interconnected workplace villages.
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“Flexibility underpins the entire workplace design of the building at 383 La Trobe St. Large efficient floor plates (up to 2,400 square metres) that are future-tech enabled are designed to give businesses the freedom to create bespoke connected and engaging workspaces,” Hanan said.
“The unique activation of the ground plane, which incorporates amenity, co working and wellness offerings, supports the demand Mirvac is seeing from the next generation of workers.”
Mirvac has planned an activated project that connects visually to Flagstaff Gardens to embrace the diversity of the broader precinct. There will be around 700 square metres of new lifestyle and retail amenity, including a wellness centre, retail laneway and a forum with leafy green public spaces.
“As with all of our commercial developments, 383 La Trobe St offers the opportunity for future occupants to work closely with Mirvac to co-create the vision of the workplace environment and precinct we are bringing to life. Through collaborating on the curation and design of the building, the aspirations of future occupants will be embraced,” Hanan said.
“As we prepare for the recovery from COVID-19, we are firmly focused on advancing our development pipeline. Progressing projects like 383 La Trobe St through the planning stages will mean Mirvac can rebound as quickly as possible, as well as support the recovery of the wider economy.”