Welcome to Frame, a unique Melbourne workplace and rooftop precinct. An environment where fluidity and order come together to nurture well-being and enhance productivity. A place unlike any other, where workers and visitors can meet, collaborate and be inspired.
Constructed using Cross Laminated Timber (CLT), 300 Lonsdale Street will be the first building of its kind in Melbournes CBD.
300 Lonsdale Street is Melbournes newest central location. The building is easily accessible and provides tenants with unrivalled amenity being located above the Melbourne Central Shopping Precinct and train station. The building will also feature first class end of trip facilities and access to the Melbourne Central 880 car multi-deck secure car park.
Key highlights and availability: Efficient contiguous floorplates of 2,000sqm approx. 19,400sqm approx. total NLA Immediate access to the Melbourne Central Retail Precinct and train station First class End of Trip facilities Best in class facilities including childcare and holistic health and wellness service providers Secure basement car parking
For further information on this exciting office opportunity, contact Ben Christie or Andrew Beasley today.
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Block Size:2000 m²*
*These are approximate values based on available information.
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