Olderfleet now 88% leased with Urbis signing

Olderfleet now 88% leased with Urbis signing
Olderfleet now 88% leased with Urbis signing

Mirvac's Olderfleet, at 477 Collins Street is now 88 per cent leased, with the signing of property consultants, Urbis. 

Urbis has leased 4,100 sqm across levels 10, 11 and parts of 12 in the premium-grade commercial building.

They are joining other tenants the such as Norton Rose Fulbright, Lander and Rogers and anchor tenant Deloitte.

Mirvac’s Development Director, Frank Lonetti said, “We’ve experienced strong momentum in interest for office space at Olderfleet, allowing us to lease 88 per cent of the building earlier than expected and well ahead of practical completion in 2020. 

Olderfleet now 88% leased with Urbis signing

Urbis is relocating their Melbourne head office from the Paris end at 120 Collins Street to Olderfleet in the mid-city block between William and King Streets. 

Urbis CEO, Ben Pollack has said, “Our workplaces of the future will facilitate greater levels of collaboration, innovation and flexibility for our people and clients and we are very excited by the new workplace strategy that we have developed in partnership with WMK which will be progressively rolled out through all of our offices” 

“Collins Street in Melbourne is undergoing a major transformation with a number of commercial developments revitalising the highly sought-after location. Olderfleet will be a key feature of the area, providing the perfect balance between modern architecture and functionality, with the beauty and history of the restored heritage façade,” added Frank.

Olderfleet is on schedule to be completed by 2020, the structure is in place up to Level 26 and the façade at Level 20 is finished. 

The building is committed to a 5 Star Green Star rating, a 5 Star NABERS energy rating and a Platinum WELL Certification.

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