Partnerships and presents at Collins Square

Partnerships and presents at Collins Square
Jack Hayes

While the weather gets cooler, activations and partnerships are heating up at Collins Square, one of Australia’s premier commercial business precincts.

The precinct has announced a new partnership with THE LUME Melbourne, the world’s largest digital art gallery, aiming to elevate the tenant experience at Collins Square by providing exclusive access to a range of immersive experiences, events and wellness programs.

Located at the New York end of Collins St occupying an entire city block, Collins Square is a vibrant hub seamlessly integrating commercial office space with convenience retail. With six office towers, the restored historic Goods Shed South and more than 10,000 square metres of retail space, Collins Square is renowned for its inspired architecture and state-of-the-art facilities.

“Collins Square is thrilled to partner with The LUME Melbourne to give our tenants access to a range of immersive experiences at the world’s largest digital art gallery, including their incredible new Leonardo Da Vinci experience and popular Pilates and yoga classes,” group executive, Investment Assets at Collins Square Emily Carroll said.

“Like The LUME Melbourne, we’re committed to making art more accessible and enjoyable for everyone, with Collins Square home to a significant collection of contemporary art in Melbourne.”

As workers continue to navigate the return to office environments post-COVID, prioritising wellness initiatives and superior tenant experiences is paramount.

This partnership contributes to an ongoing commitment from Collins Square to create more opportunities for teams to connect and engage in a workplace conducive to productivity and creativity, making time in the office enjoyable and the commute into the CBD worthwhile.

THE LUME Melbourne is currently exhibiting Leonardo da Vinci – 500 Years of Genius, a multi-sensory exploration of history’s greatest creative genius.

“We’re so happy to partner with Collins Square to bring enriching cultural and wellness experiences to their tenants, who are only a stone’s throw away from us over the river,” THE LUME Melbourne’s head of commercial Jennifer North said.

“We’re dedicated to fostering creativity and wellbeing – and this collaboration allows us to extend our shared experiences and programs to a wider audience.”


Bourne Local Market

This May, ‘Bourne Local will return to Collins Square with its fifth market day just in time for Mother’s Day. 

Only a two-minute walk from Southern Cross Station and a tram super-stop right at its doorstep, the lively precinct that brims with more than 40 dining and retail outlets, will offer a carefully curated collection of local treasures.

With more than 30 stallholders offering everything from bespoke jewellery, and handmade ceramics to gourmet delights, find the perfect gift that Mum will love. •

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