A state-of-the-art pro-working space in Melbourne’s CBD has opened its doors which is set to become a hotbed of ingenuity and collaboration.
Developers Mirvac and co-owner Suntec Real Estate Investment Trust are behind Melbourne’s new Work Club site which will offer members the opportunity to use flexible co-working spaces that are accompanied by high-end dining options.
Located in the landmark Olderfleet building, Work Club members will have access to private suites, an exclusive club lounge and a Nordic-inspired basement bar sprawled across 4,000sqm.
Mirvac’s Head of Commercial Property, Campbell Hanan, said that the work space will be a welcome addition to Melbourne’s working environment and will go a long way to replacing the sense of togetherness that workplace surroundings embody.
A key focus for the workplace of the future, post COVID-19, will be to facilitate collaboration and creativity, providing engaging experiences for employees, partners, and visitors.Mirvac Head of Commercial Property – Campbell Hanan
“People have been missing face-to-face interaction, with many looking to return to the office to re-connect with their colleagues and clients,” said Mr Hanan.
The premium pro-working space occupies the three heritage buildings at 477 Collins Street that were built between 1887 and 1889, fusing the old charm of the Gothic and Romanesque Victorian architecture wit an innovative working environment.
Work Club Founder Soren Trampedach said: “We admire Mirvac for building one of the most progressive buildings in Australia and we’re eager to be a part of this next-generation workplace.
Mirvac has provided a smart building from a technology and infrastructure perspective, and we have collaborated to deliver a smart building from a people perspective.Work Club Founder – Soren Trampedach