447 Collins St, Melbourne. VIC

447 Collins Street is a 49,000sqm PCA premium grade office building, Melbourne’s first WELL rated building. It is part of a luxury mixed use development which also comprises a 5 Star luxury Hotel and 200 luxury residential apartments. The office component accommodates large, flexible, contiguous floor plates of approximately 1,800sqm - 2,300sqm including the ability for large atriums spaces providing excellent workplace connectivity, excellent views and natural light. A healthy and productive working environment is promoted through initiatives such as an air conditioning system that delivers significant increases in outdoor air quantities, abundant natural light penetration through significant setbacks and a high-performance façade. ESD credentials include:

  • 5 Star NABERS Rating
  • 5 Star Green Star Rating
  • Melbourne’s first WELL rated building

End of trip facilities in excess of Green Star and industry standards
Designed by international awarding winning architects, Woods Bagot and New York based SHoP Architects, the development delivers a world class destination within the CBD where the best of Melbourne meets.

Fast Facts

  •  Property Type: Office 
  •  Scale: 49,000sqm
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  •  Completion: 2019
  •  Partner(s): 
  •  Major Tenant(s): King & Wood Mallesons & HWL Ebsworth Lawyers
  •  Builder(s): 
  •  Architect(s): Woods Bagot & SHoP Architects
  •  Portfolio: Other similar properties
  •  Environmental: 5 Star NABERS Rating, 5 Star Green Star Rating & Melbourne’s first WELL rated building



Cbus Property boss Adrian Pozzo discusses Collins Arch

Cbus Property's announcement prior to Christmas that it had signed a third tenant for its $1 billion Collins Arch project takes the amount of floor area leased to 20,000sqm or just over 40%. Australian law firm Gadens has committed to 5,000sqm of space over levels 11-13, equating to just over 10 per cent of the 49,000 square meters available.

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Park Pledge - Market Past Honoured

A NEW CBD park could be named in honour of Melboume's first market. Lord Mayor Robert Doyle confirmed yesterday that a linear park between Collins St and the Yarra River was planned as part of the $1 billion "Pant scraper" development

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Controversial Collins Arch commences construction in Melbourne

One of the more polarising and controversial Melbourne developments in recent times has commenced construction. Deemed by some to be the most significant architectural statement in Melbourne since the creation of Federation Square, Collins Arch by Australia’s Woods Bagot and New York-based Shop Architects has finally begun construction after going through three major alterations since its first instance in 2014 on account of planning rejections..

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The grand designs occupying the sites of Melbourne’s former landmarks

Survey the dazzling skyscrapers gathering on Melbourne’s skyline and it’s easy to forget how it all began. Yet each one is built on the site of former landmarks – perhaps not as ambitious, but no less grand. Collins Arch, one of the newest addition’s to join Melbourne’s tower club, will grace the footprint of the city’s very first wholesale fruit and vegetable market.

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