Excelon's Melbourne CBD shared office space 25 King Collective opens

Excelon's Melbourne CBD shared office space 25 King Collective opens
Excelon's Melbourne CBD shared office space 25 King Collective opens

Excelon has announced the opening of 25 King Collective, a shared office space in Melbourne’s CBD.

Kelvin Taing, Director of Excelon says the Excelon team has moved into the top floor in the premises in Melbourne’s South West CBD area.

Mixed-use spaces start from $450 per month. Private studios from $1,200 per month.

Excelon engaged renowned architect Kennedy Nolan to renovate the three-level 25 King Street building, and Excelon Group moved its office to the top floor.

The shared office will house around 30 workers.

The shared amenities include a fully equipped shared boardroom for tenants’ use.

The site was originally the Melbourne Steamship Company and Excelon has kept original touch points throughout, such as the staircase, glass signage of the Melbourne Steamship Company and an original safe from the 1800s.

Excelon have paid further homage to the historical building by engaging Australian artist Benjamin Tankard to create nine paintings of the steamships that once belonged to the Melbourne Steamship Company.

These will adorn the walls within the shared boardroom, meeting room, and within each of the office suites that are also named after the ships.

Excelon Group has been active within the Melbourne property market since its inception in 2011.

The boutique, family-run property business is headed by brother and sister team Kelvin and Rachel Taing.

The 25 King Street project was recently completed and now is open, marking the first wave of real change in the revitalisation in the South West CBD area.

Melbourne’s South West CBD area has been undergoing significant improvement with several office, hospitality, hotel and residential developments in both planning and construction phases.

The Excelon team is proud that the 25 King Collective project has added to the pipeline of positive developments in the area.

The South West CBD area’s flurry of development projects is driven by developers who are committed to cleaning up the area.

Other projects in the area include Geddes Lane Ballroom (formerly the adult venue Bar 20); 555 Collins Street office space project; and the newly opened State of Grace restaurant and venue.

The area has also seen enormous growth in the hotel sector with projects such as St Regis Hotel, Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Ritz Carlton, Hyatt Centric, and BPM’s hotel project, which will be managed under Quincy Hotel brand.

Excelon's Melbourne CBD shared office space 25 King Collective opens

Excelon has a fast growing portfolio of unique residential developments designed with specific lifestyles in mind.

Creativity and design integrity are what sets Excelon Group apart, and by working closely alongside some of Melbourne’s most reputed architects, Excelon has just completed Clyde Mews in Thornbury, and has recently launched Lothian Street in North Melbourne.

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