MELBOURNE QUARTER: YOUR NEW LOCAL
A thriving urban neighbourhood in the heart of Melbourne is flourishing with great food, cool shops, interesting laneways, evocative art and green public spaces.
Welcome to Melbourne Quarter… it’s only the beginning.
If you’ve walked past a construction site, it’s possible you’ve thought, what is happening here? What’s beneath the scaffolding? When will all be revealed? (And also, how on earth do they get the crane on the top of that skyscraper?) Good news: Melbourne Quarter has risen from the ground up and has well and truly sprung to life as a food and retail destination all on its own. The final stage of this unique precinct has recently been given the nod of approval, which means it’s only going to get bigger and better. Read on for the highlights so far.
NEWS & EVENTS
Your new neighbourhood is growing. With construction underway, Melbourne Quarter Tower will complete the precinct’s public square and the final phase of the elevated Sky Park, the first of its kind in Melbourne.
Long gone are the days when ordering a coffee was as simple as choosing between regular and skim milk for your cappuccino or latte. Believe it or not, your star sign can determine what milk you should drink.
At a time when working professionals are “always on” and find it challenging to make time for physical health, being in an environment that supports wellness in every way can prove the difference between ordinary and extraordinary performance in the workplace.
LIVE OR WORK HERE
For the past decade, the western end of Collins Street has been transforming into a new, contemporary, urban epicentre for work and play. At the heart of this transformation is Melbourne Quarter. Here, we’ve captured the very best of this unique cosmopolitan spirit and embedded it into our brand new residences and workspaces.
The precinct is conveniently located in the heart of the city's pulsing economic centre. Situated between two of Melbourne's most iconic streets, Flinders and Collins, Melbourne Quarter is easy to reach via all modes of transport.
Lendlease acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of this land the Woiwurrung people of the Kulin Nation and pay our respect to them and their Elders, both past and present.
As a business that works across many locations, we have a responsibility to listen, learn, and walk alongside First Nations peoples to ensure our activities support the continued connection to their lands, waters, cultures, languages and traditions.