DISCOVER A NEW
565 BOURKE STREET
565 Bourke Street has long been associated with Melbourne’s business world, from its early days as the Gollin & Company building trading oil and fruit to 2018 where owners Challenger are undertaking a major repositioning of the asset to be an exciting and vibrant workplace for the next generation of office occupiers.
Gray Puksand have commenced work on this stunning refurbishment, where the opportunity exists to secure modern office accommodation across whole or part floor tenancies.
THE HISTORY FORMER GOLLIN AND COMPANY BUILDING
The beautiful Gollin & Company building is a rare Queen Anne style commercial building designed by Charles D`Ebro and built in 1902. The building is one of architectural significance and the skilled composition makes great use of its corner position.
The Gollin & Company building once housed a general merchant & importer of the late 19th and early 20th century, with a diverse business handling kerosene and oil distribution and shipments of fruit from Mildura to England.
In 1989 it was sensitively incorporated into an adjacent, major office development designed by Perrott Lyon Mathieson and in 2018 will be further enhanced by owner Challenger and architects Gray Puksand to position it as a modern work environment with an ode to its long history on Melbourne’s iconic Bourke Street.
565 Bourke Street is well located between King & William Street at the business end of Bourke Street, situated only a few minutes stroll from Melbourne’s law courts and bustling Collins Street.
The building is well serviced by all forms of public transport with a Tram ‘Super Stop’ located at the front door and Southern Cross Train Station only a block to the West.
Staff will enjoy the abundance of retail amenity surrounding the building, including Goldsborough Lane, St James Square, Woolworths directly across the road and a multitude of other food & beverage offerings in the immediate precinct, whilst Bourke Street mall is only a short walk away for all your fashion retailers.
“Details, when they are successful, are not mere decoration. They do not distract or entertain. They lead to an understanding of the whole of which they are an inherent part.”
Gray Puksand Repositioning
Extensive Gray Puksand repositioning underway, creating a vibrant, modern workplace featuring ‘industrial’ themed finished of polished concrete, timber facades and fashionable black powder coated finished throughout.
High Quality End of Trip facilities
Brand new, high quality End of Trip facilities, safely accessible from Church Street and leading directly into the stunning new lobby via the café – the perfect arrival with a coffee to start the day!
Unique Rooftop Experience
A truly unique rooftop experience, with a North facing deck overlooking Bourke Street. Accessible exclusively by all building occupiers, this amenity is the perfect opportunity for staff to work in a collaborative, healthy environment.
Modern On-floor Refurbishments
Modern on-floor refurbishments – designed by Gray Puksand – each available floor features a beautiful new lift lobby, entirely new office ceilings, carpet, perimeter blinds, and new bathrooms featuring a continuation of the timber and powder coated steel theme within.
Basement parking for 64 cars, with an allocation remaining for incoming occupiers.
Easy Subdivision for Smaller Tenancies
Efficient side core floors with good natural light and views to the North and East, allowing easy subdivision for smaller tenancies.
Gray Puksand’s extensive works program will see 565 Bourke Street transform its appearance from street level up to each new available floor. From the moment you step into the lobby, this abundant space will feature polished concrete and stunning timber finishes throughout, extending to include luscious green walls and internal planting.
The Ground Floor will feature a new café style operator (operator to be confirmed) incorporating a barista bar at the Bourke Street entry, whilst visitors or mobile staff alike can enjoy ‘hot desks’ to plug-and-play while they wait or simply enjoy the beautiful new surroundings.
An extensive new End of Trip facility will see cyclists and joggers arrive via a new entry off Church Street for safety and ease of access.
As occupiers make their way up in the building, Level 5 will be converted to a rare amenity with an extensive North-facing roof top deck where tenants of the building can sit and enjoy the sun and views while working away on free Wi-Fi.
On floor, each available level will see the high end finishes extended to include new lift lobbies, ceiling grids, lighting, perimeter blinds, new carpet and fully refurbished bathroom facilities.
“The building aspires to provide a workplace that fosters enthusiasm, a sanctuary for its occupants and a destination for its visitors.”Frank Gehry, Architect
|Gollin & Co. Building||687||1 July 2018|