Construction has begun on the new, state-of-the-art Victoria Police headquarters at 311 Spencer St, with the building set to be complete by 2019.
Super fund Cbus Property has gained approval to build Victoria's new police headquarters, a $600 million-plus project that is the first to take advantage of new "public benefit" planning rules.
The Melbourne City Council is poised to recommend the plan for a mega police station on Spencer Street, following a meeting with the State Government next week.
New leasing deals signed by the state and federal governments have underpinned a surge in office deals in Melbourne's CBD in the past year.
A stake in the near $800 million ultra-modern complex being developed by Australia Post and superannuation fund-backed Cbus Property that is designed to serve as Melbourne’s new police headquarters could emerge as the next major test of the city’s office market.
A new blast-proof and ram raid-proof tower in Melbourne CBD will be Victoria Police's "nerve centre" when construction finishes in 2020.
Spencer Street is set to become the crime-fighting centre of Melbourne with the state government agreeing leasing terms for a major new office tower next to the current City West police headquarters.
Superannuation fund-backed Cbus Property is progressing plans to develop a new headquarters for the Victorian Police on a site in Melbourne’s Spencer Street it owns with Australia Post.
Super fund developer Cbus Property is in talks with the Victorian government to build a new $300 million police headquarters on Spencer Street in the Melbourne CBD, at a site it controls with Australia...