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839 Collins opens

29 Oct 2019

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By Spencer Fowler Steen

Victoria’s Harbour’s newest mixed-use building 839 Collins was officially opened in early October.

Lord Mayor Sally Capp cut the ribbon on the building, marking one of the last deliveries of major commercial buildings in Victoria Harbour by developer LendLease.

It will be home to around 15,000 workers, 5000 residents and over 100 retailers including ANZ, QBE, Port of Melbourne and the Australian Computer Society.

Guests celebrated the milestone with a smoking ceremony and Welcome to Country to acknowledge the traditional owners of the land.

Cr Capp spoke alongside a number of other representatives from companies such as Challenger and Invesco, highlighting how Victoria Harbour was one of the largest waterfront developments under way in Australia.

There will also be free yoga classes and fitness boot camps outdoors in the Sky Park in One Melbourne Quarter until November 28.

The yoga sessions run on Tuesdays and the boot camp runs on Thursdays, both from 7.30am to 8.30am.

For more information and to register for classes visit melbournequarter.com/discover/whats-on/free-yoga-and-bootcamp-in-the-sky-park/

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