Riverside Quay is a commercial office complex situated in the heart of Melbourne's iconic cultural hub at Southbank.
This modern, 8 storey, A-grade office complex is comprised of seven buildings positioned right along Melbourne’s iconic Yarra River.
Servcorp is located within Quay 1, the first of three recently refurbished buildings beside Southbank Piazza.
Floor to ceiling windows take in views looking out across to the Yarra River and the picturesque Melbourne city skyline.
In-house amenities include underground parking, bike lockers and shower facilities.
Building occupants include Dainty Group International, Sky News and Foxtel. Within the Riverside Quay precinct you will also find large international corporations such as PWC and Microsoft.
Many of Melbourne’s landmark attractions – including Eureka Skydeck, Arts Centre, Melbourne Aquarium, and Royal Botanical Gardens – are just a stroll away.
Tenants are only moments away from the Melbourne CBD – as well as local and international luxury retailers, entertainment venues, and waterfront dining.
Located across the rivers from Flinders Street station and a 2 minute walk from trams and buses, this building offers excellent transport connections. Easy access to major freeways and casual car parking options are also available.
30 minute drive to Melbourne International Airport, Tullamarine.
5 minute walk to Flinders Street Station.
2 minute walk to trams along Queensbridge Street or 5-7 minute walk to trams along St Kilda Road.
2 minute walk to buses along Queensbridge Street.
Riverside Quay is located in Melbourne’s Southbank cultural precinct.
Southbank, a mere stone’s throw away from the bustling Melbourne CBD, offers a more relaxed business environment with a waterfront location and easy access to all essential amenities.
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