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Myer makes its move to Docklands

01 Apr 2010

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About 100 Myer employees pioneered the giant retailer’s head office move to Docklands last month.

A vanguard of mainly property and IT section employees moved into the Collins St building on March 22.

A company spokesperson said this group would test functionality and internal systems in advance of a larger group of 800 to 900 staff which is expected to move on April 12.

The spokesperson said staff were excited about the move to the 10-storey, 5 Star Green Star rated building.

Myer CEO Bernie Brooks said: “The move to Docklands is the start of another exciting chapter in Myer’s history.”

“The area offers a unique mix of parkland, walking and bike tracks, waterside views and an increasing number of amenities and other retail options to complement our new, state of the art building.”

“There’s not too many business districts in Australia that offer all this so close to the centre of town.”

The new office comprises 10 levels of large, flexible floorplates of nearly 3000 square metres. The project will also feature approximately 850 square metres of ground floor retail shops and three car park levels.

Myer will occupy the entire 28,000 square metre office component of the A-grade building, which will also house large outdoor terraces, a sundeck and a childcare facility.

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