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Port of Melbourne moves in

30 Apr 2019

The headquarters of Australasia’s largest port will join some of Australia’s most recognisable brands when it moves its operations to Victoria Harbour.

Port of Melbourne will join anchor tenant ANZ and Australia’s largest global insurer QBE at 839 Collins St, taking almost 2000sqm on Level 19 – the building’s top floor.

ANZ pre-committed to 26,500sqm of the building, with QBE set to occupy approximately 6000sqm across three floors.

Only one floor remains available for lease at the Denton Corker Marshall-designed building, which is located where Collins St meets the Yarra River.

The 39,000sqm building reached practical completion in late March and the first commercial tenants have moved in.

Port of Melbourne employees will enjoy an enviable, sweeping bird’s eye view of 500 hectares of their port asset, which includes 21 km of waterfront. The building also includes an outdoor garden and terrace with a multi-purpose sports court and outdoor seating, available for all tenants. Port of Melbourne is set to move later in 2019.

In addition, Lendlease has secured tenants for five of the six retail shops in what is Victoria Harbour’s last major commercial building.

The Other Brother by Melbourne hospitality venture Continental Hospitality Group will operate a signature restaurant and lobby cafe. The same group is behind Mr Grazier at 700 Bourke St and Super Eight at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre.

Other tenants set to open their doors in the coming months include Chilangos Mexican Cantina, PonyBoy and Thai Thani, leaving one shop available for lease.

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