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EY Centre, 200 George St, Sydney, NSW

Completed in 2016, EY Centre at 200 George Street is an iconic Premium-grade office tower, designed by award winning architects Francis-Jones Moreen Throp. The distinctive appearance of a closed cavity facade with timber blinds are a world first. The tower is one of the first 'smart' office buildings in Australia, with market leading technology that adjusts the internal environment to meet the needs of tenants. In March 2017, Mirvac received Australia’s first Gold WELL certification for its tenancy at 200 George Street, in addition to a 6 Star Green Star Interior rating. The building has achieved a 6 Green Star As-Built rating, and is targeting a 5 Star NABERS rating.

8 Chifley Square, Sydney, NSW

8 Chifley brings to life the vision of the internationally renowned Richard Rogers of Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners together with the Lippmann Partnership. A building for a changing world, this iconic tower pioneered the vertical village concept in Australia, delivering a flexible platform designed to support connectivity, collaboration and flexibility for its tenants. With a commitment to delivering exceptional environmental performance and sustainability, 8 Chifley has been awarded a 6 Star Green Star Office Design and As-Built ratings, and has achieved a 5 Star NABERS Energy rating.

Olderfleet, 477 Collins St, Melbourne, VIC

477 Collins Street will be redeveloped into a 56,000 square metre, 40-storey, premium office tower offering innovative, contemporary and engaging work spaces. The development will incorporate the unique 1880s facade of the Olderfleet buildings, which will undergo an extensive refurbishment and modernisation of the interiors to create boutique office and retail space. Deloitte has committed to 22,000 square metres of office space for a 12-year term, and HOA have been executed for 5,000 square metres in the Sky rise, with practical completion targeted for FY20. In July 2017, Mirvac entered into an agreement with Suntec REIT for the sale of a 50 per cent interest in the development.

664 Collins St, Melbourne, VIC

The 664 Collins Street development is located above the western edge of Southern Cross Station, on an air rights development site that also includes the recently completed 699 Bourke Street. The total proposed building area is approximately 26,200 square metres. A 5 Star NABERS Energy rating and a 6 Star Green Star Office Design rating are being targeted. Mirvac has secured Pitcher Partners for over 9,000 square metres, Exxon Mobil for 7,100 square metres, Fujitsu for 3,174 square metres and EECU for 350 square metres, with the remaining space currently under heads of agreement. In June 2017, Mirvac entered into an agreement with an investment vehicle sponsored by Morgan Stanley Real Estate Investing for the sale of a 50 per cent interest in the development.

Brighton Lakes, Moorebank, NSW

Brighton Lakes is a residential subdivision located in Sydney's south-west. It is being delivered under a project delivery agreement with New Brighton Golf Club, with plans for approximately 306 homes.

St Leonards Square, Sydney, NSW

St Leonards Square occupies a convenient location in the heart of St Leonards, North Sydney, just a few hundred metres from St Leonards train station and diagonally opposite the proposed Crows Nest Metro station. St Leonards Square is located approximately 4.5 kilometres from Sydney’s CBD, and once complete, will deliver over 520 high-quality residential dwellings in two striking towers, with iconic views of Sydney CBD and Sydney Harbour. The project will also offer office space and vibrant ground-floor retail premises, which will complement the residential amenity on offer to residents.

Pavilions, Sydney Olympic Park, NSW

Located within the Sydney Olympic Park precinct, the site is 16 kilometres west of the Sydney CBD and nine kilometres from the Parramatta CBD. Development approval for the delivery of four residential buildings with a total of 705 apartment and terrace homes was granted by the DP&E on 8 September 2017. The project has a strong focus on amenity and private open space for its residents, with a private landscape podium situated over four levels of basement car parking, gym and yoga room, a community herb and kitchen garden, and a communal room for all residents, provided. In addition, 1,500 square metres of retail space will be provided which is to be handed back to the Sydney Olympic Park Authority, who will own and lease to a commercial operator.

The Eastbourne, Melbourne, VIC

The Eastbourne site is approximately 8,200 square metres and is positioned on the footstep of the Fitzroy Gardens in East Melbourne. The building features approximately 250 apartments across 14 levels and is serviced by a four-level basement car park. This unique building will be a distinct addition to East Melbourne and seeks to raise the bar in luxury residential apartment living.

Olivine, Donnybrook, VIC

Olivine is located approximately 30 kilometres north of Melbourne’s CBD in Donnybrook. The masterplanned community is spread over 187 hectares and is expected to deliver some 2,000 lots to be developed over approximately 10 to 15 years. Olivine will become home to approximately 7,000 residents and will include a new local town centre, education facilities, health, sports and community infrastructure.

Birkenhead Point, Drummoyne, NSW

Birkenhead Point Outlet Centre is situated five kilometres from the Sydney CBD on a prime 3.7 hectare waterfront site. The asset incorporates a premium outlet centre complemented by a convenience based retail offering, and is anchored by Coles and Aldi, with over 150 specialty tenancies. The centre offer has been rejuvenated through extensive remixing and refurbishment in recent years, the latest phase being a premium apparel laneway featuring Armani, Bally, Coach, Harrolds, Michael Kors and Peters of Kensington. The centre also incorporates 3,500 square metres of commercial office suites and a marina comprising 201 berths.

Tramsheds, Glebe, NSW

The Tramsheds development was an iconic restoration and reimagining of the historic former tram depot at Harold Park in Sydney’s inner-west. Supported by an affluent urban catchment, including residents of the 1,300 new dwellings within Mirvac’s Harold Park residential development, Tramsheds offers an eclectic mix of reputable Sydney eateries, in addition to a local supermarket and services in a bespoke heritage setting.