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Beca set to move office to Melbourne Quarter Tower

One of Asia Pacific’s largest independent design, advisory and engineering consultancy firms, Beca, has announced it will be moving its Melbourne headquarters to Lendlease’s new Melbourne Quarter Tower development later this year.

The consultancy firm will occupy c. 2.900sqm across levels 22 and 23 of the commercial building, with a new premium workplace and bespoke interiors.

Beca is the latest business to commit to the Melbourne Quarter Tower development, joining major media company Seven Network announced earlier this month, and anchor tenant Medibank, Australia’s largest private health insurer.

Scheduled for completion by mid-2024, the 34-level tower is designed by global architects Woods Bagot and is the final commercial building to be delivered in the Melbourne Quarter precinct.

Melbourne Quarter Tower will target leading international standards in wellness and sustainability, with a 6 Star Green Star Design & As Built, 5 Stars NABERS Energy with renewable electricity to the base building, and a WELL Platinum (Core) rating.

Some 7,000sqm of technology-enabled green spaces and parks are available in the precinct including Melbourne Quarter’s renowned elevated Sky Park.

Upon completion, the precinct will comprise approximately 150,000sqm of agile commercial space for over 14,000 employees, and more than 3,800 residents.

National Pension Service of Korea (NPS), one of the world’s largest pension funds, acquired a 100% interest in Melbourne Quarter Tower in 2021. The investment is managed on its behalf by Lendlease.

Tom Mackellar, Managing Director Development, Lendlease says 

“Beca’s move to Melbourne Quarter Tower will see them join the growing number of companies opting for premium, mixed-use office precincts that create the best workplace experience for their people, and support productivity.

“With immediate access to transport along with sought after retail and amenity, our Melbourne Quarter precinct continues to grow into a thriving hub of activity that’s highly attractive to tenant partners, as well as workers, residents and visitors.”

James Warburton, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Seven West Media says

“We are delighted to be moving to Melbourne Quarter Tower. Situated in the Melbourne Quarter precinct, the location is a step forward for our business and aligns with Beca’s overall purpose to have a positive impact on the world. We are excited to have co-designed the new space, including with input from the traditional owners of Wurundjeri Country.

“Each design decision has been deliberate – from location to interior design elements. The result will be a space that fosters collaboration and connection amongst our people, partners and clients for an exciting future.”

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