New wellness centre for 101 Collins Street tenants starts construction

New wellness centre for 101 Collins Street tenants starts construction
New wellness centre for 101 Collins Street tenants starts construction

Construction is about to commence shortly on a new health and wellness centre at 101 Collins Street.

The commercial tower, which is managed by AXA Investment Managers – Real Assets, will be home to  two studios with sprung floors and heated ceiling panels, equipped for a range of activities including yoga, pilates, barre, meditation, HIIT and a range of cardio-based classes.

The studios will be located alongside three specialist consultation rooms offering services such as physiotherapy, osteo therapy, chiropractic’s and remedial massage. 

The wellness centre, designed by Australian architects Gray Puksand, will be for the exclusive use of 101 Collins Street tenants.

Construction of the facility is slated to commence in April, with completion expected in October 2019. 

The wellness centre is the second phase of a comprehensive strategic asset plan, said Brett Dillon, Head of Funds Management at AXA IM-Real Assets.

“For almost three decades, 101 Collins Street has held the position as Melbourne’s pre-eminent office address, but we can’t afford to be complacent,” said Dillon.

“Our team is focused on responding to evolving tenant needs, new trends in technology and innovation, so our projects will continue to set new benchmarks in the premium space market.

“Wellness offerings are an essential element of today’s modern workplace, so we are excited to announce that construction will shortly commence on this industry-leading amenity at 101 Collins Street.”

Tenants at the 57-storey 101 Collins include Herbert Smith Freehills, Allens Linklaters, Goldman Sachs, and J.P Morgan.

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