710 Collins Street is a unique and premium establishment in Melbourne’s Docklands precinct.
This 2 level, 5 star green energy rated heritage building is constructed from a refurbished nineteenth-century industrial railway goods distribution shed, a quirky yet historical landmark in the Docklands area.
A number of architects were involved in the careful renovation of this 1889 building, including Elenberg Fraser Architecture, BVN Architecture, and Lovell Chen.
The building allows for ample natural light, integrating lightweight wrought-iron roof trusses, heavy cast-iron columns and brick outer walls along with recycled materials.
Not only aesthetically pleasing and functional, this restored piece of Melbourne’s history is now also energy efficient, being the first heritage building in Victoria to receive a 5 star Green star rating.
The building boasts iconic Melbourne views of Collins Street. Many of Melbourne’s landmark attractions – including the Etihad Stadium, Melbourne Star, Harbourtown – are just a stroll away.
In-house amenities include showers, bike storage, an onsite café open from breakfast and available for catering, and a restaurant and bar. A secure car park is next door and offers discounted early bird rates, and a child care centre is a 2 minute walk away.
Along with Servcorp, the other building occupant is Places Victoria on the lower ground level.
Located on Melbourne’s premier street, this building offers excellent transport connections. Tenants are only moments away from major corporations such as; NAB, ANZ, Australian Tax Office, Passport Office, Channel 9, Medibank, local courts – as well as local and international retail outlets, entertainment venues, and banking facilities.
30 minute drive to Melbourne Tullamarine Domestic and International Airport.
3 minute walk to Southern Cross Station.
Stop located right outside building.
3 minute walk to bus stop at Southern Cross train Station.
710 Collins Street is situated in the Docklands precinct, 2 km west of Melbourne's Central Business District.
This waterfront area has been the product of an ongoing urban renewal project over the last decade. It is now home to several of Melbourne's modern landmarks, including Etihad Stadium, Southern Cross Station and the Melbourne Star Ferris wheel.