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New building for stadium precinct

28 Oct 2012

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A new office building is set to join the skyline of Docklands’ stadium precinct.

In its first joint venture, Charter Hall and Flagship Property Holdings are set to build a 12-storey office building at 685 LaTrobe St.

The building will be situated on the last remaining office development site in the stadium precinct.

The 32,000sqm building will feature 137 car spaces, a dedicated space for 250 bicycles along with change facilities and 1100sqm of retail space.

The building has also been designed to meet 5 Star Green Star and 5 Star NABERS energy ratings.

“685 LaTrobe St reflects the very best of commercial design that creates flexible work environments with great amenity for the people that will work there,” said Steve Wise, Director of Flagship Property Holdings.

It is expected that the building will draw 3100 workers to Docklands.

“As the last office development to be built in the Stadium Precinct, it offers the best northern light, the best transport access and it’s close to everything,” said Chris Chapple, Head of Development Services at Charter Hall.

Construction of the building will start mid-next year and is expected to take two years.

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