Awarded a Green Star Design, As Built v3 Rating and a minimum NABERS Energy 5 rating across the five towers for the use of green technologies including a Tri-Generation system, rainwater harvesting and energy efficient fixtures and fittings, Collins Square features a high concentration of environmentally sustainable buildings.
Working closely with the Victorian Government, we opened the first two towers at Collins Square in 2012, closely followed by the third and fourth in 2014. The remaining two towers were completed in 2017. Many blue-chip tenants have been attracted to Collins Square, including Marsh Mercer, Transurban, KPMG, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Penguin Random House and Pearson, Maddocks, Link Group, Mott McDonald and AECOM.
The retail offering plays a vital role in the activation and success of Collins Square with an array of retailers and hospitality outlets servicing the community and neighbourhood.
Living up to our reputation for the love of heritage buildings, we are proud to have retained and refurbished the historic southern portion of the Goods Shed, in its day (1889) the longest single building in Australia.
An intrinsic part of the design and a reflection of Melbourne’s history, are the interconnected laneways linking tower to tower. Sunlight warms winter gardens and alcoves where people can eat, drink, relax and feel inspired among the substantial artworks. Collins Square features pioneering workplace design, high security and environmental excellence. The latest and greatest in green technology is inbuilt throughout.
Lang Walker AO recognised the potential for this site over a decade ago, with its prime location beside the new Southern Cross Station, apartment buildings and football stadium. The development forms a vital ‘bridge’ between Melbourne’s two major commercial centres, the CBD and Western Precinct.
- The towers total 250,000sqm
- 10,000sqm retail podium with 48 retailers
- Childcare facility, accommodating 130 children
- Home to approximately 20,000 office workers
- Created more than 4,700 jobs