Collins Arch, Melbourne signs up third law firm office tenants

Collins Arch, Melbourne signs up third law firm office tenants
Collins Arch, Melbourne signs up third law firm office tenants

Cbus Property has now leased more than 40% of its $1.25 billion Collins Arch development at 447 Collins Street.

Its latest deal for almost 20,000 square metres including a third tenant for the mixed-use precinct.

Top 10 Australian law firm Gadens has secured 5,000 square metres of NLA commercial space over levels 11-13, equating to just over 10% of the 49,000 square metres available.

More than 40% of the leasing space is now committed, with Gadens joining King & Wood Mallesons (KWM) and HWL Ebsworth.

KWM secured 8300 square metres across levels 23 to 27 in June, with HWL Ebsworth securing 6500 square metres across levels eight to 10 in October.

The commercial space lies in the western tower of Collins Arch.

The development will also house a five-star hotel in the eastern tower with a luxury residential component above crowned by two luxury penthouses and resident amenity linking the dual towers across Melbourne’s first sky bridge.

Taking up the entire city block between Collins Street, Williams Street, it has been designed by Woods Bagot and ShoP Architects.

Collins Arch, Melbourne signs up third law firm office tenants

Colliers national director of office leasing Andrew Beasley said the 447 Collins St address resonated internationally.

”The view south across Melbourne’s Yarra River and Port Phillip Bay and Collins Street-facing northern vista are just part of what makes Collins Arch a major drawcard,” Beasley said.

Construction has commenced on Collins Arch, with completion due in 2019.

Expressions of interest are currently being accepted for both commercial leasing and the luxury residential apartments, including two sky bridge penthouses.

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