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Wesley Place

Melbourne, Victoria

Wesley Place is one of the largest urban renewal projects in Melbourne, creating a new active urban precinct to connect the rich history of the Wesley Church with next-generation frictionless workplace, curated retail and engaging public offerings.

This transformative commercial precinct and new cultural landmark will seamlessly merge business and lifestyle. Comprised of one Premium and two A-Grade commercial towers over three conjoined sites located at 130, 140 and 150 Lonsdale Street, the precinct comprises 110,000m2 of technology-oriented workplaces across the three buildings and introduces a fifth vital public green space to Melbourne’s CBD.

COX’s $600 million flagship building at 130 Lonsdale is the first stage of the precinct to be built. Comprising 55,000m2 of premium grade contemporary workplace with campus-style floorplates over 35 levels and 1,820m2 of retail space that adaptively reuses a number of important heritage buildings at ground level.

140 Lonsdale St will comprise a 22,000m2 A-grade tower over 21 levels, providing flexible and adaptive floorplates designed around technology enabled and interconnected workplaces and engaging the wider precinct.

150 Lonsdale is a major upgrade of an existing 29,000m2 A-grade tower, incorporating new podium floorplates, active lobby, retail and ground plane spaces designed to integrate into the wider precinct and creating a new ‘front door’ through the incorporation of a colonnade.

Technical Information

City
Melbourne, Victoria
Client
Charter Hall
Status
Complete, 2021
Key Consultants
Urbis, AECOM
Builder
Lendlease
Cost
$250M
Site Area
7,440m2
Gross Floor Area
85,000m2
Photography
Trever Mein and Lynton Crabb