Located in the centre of Melbourne’s primary commercial and financial thoroughfare, 179 Queen Street is well situated between Little Bourke Street and Collins Street and in close proximity to the state’s courts and retail and food and beverage amenities.
The building is easily accessible by all forms of public transport, including Bourke and Collins Street trams and Flagstaff and Melbourne Central Train Stations.
The property was acquired by Riverlee in 1999 and has since undergone a full refurbishment to all common areas, plant and equipment, as well quality fit outs across the tenancy spaces.
The completion of new end of trip facilities in 2022 further adds to the excellent amenity of the building, providing tenants with a suite of lockers, change-rooms and bike racks that present opportunities to maintain an active lifestyle and healthier mind-set within their daily routines.
Currently undergoing refurbishment, a new arrival experience on ground floor is set to include an extended lobby with a vibrant ‘grab-and-go’ café, a convenient business lounge and informal meeting spaces, providing a collaborative environment for tenants and their guests to enjoy.
At the forefront of modern environmental initiatives in existing buildings, 179 Queen Street was the first building in Victoria with a tri-generation plant capable of exploring surplus energy to the grid.