Movement at Digital Harbour


Developer Digital Harbour Holdings has re- cently submitted plans to the state government for twin commercial office towers at the site adjacent to Melbourne Water’s headquarters at 30-40 Digital Drive.

The $195 million Bates Smart-designed plans submitted to the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning (DELWP) on March 13 include two 23-storey towers with a combined gross leasing area of 39,744 sqm, 494 sqm of retail space, a health and wellness centre and 302 car parking spaces.

New hoarding went up around the site last month emblazoned with the name “City Harbour” and an expressions of interest campaign for the project, which forms part of a new master plan for the precinct expected to be released in the coming months.

Construction is currently underway on developer Poly Australia’s 1000 Latrobe development in the precinct, which recently attracted Myer to relocate its offices from its current headquarters at 800 Collins St, Docklands.

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