101 Collins Street is Melbourne’s most prestigious building, located at the fashionable ‘Paris’ end of Collins Street.
With a height of 256 meters and 44 floors of stunning office space, 101 Collins Street embraces classical building forms in its elegant use of glass, and granite and marble hailing from Italy, Spain and Brazil.
Opening in 1991, the building was designed by Melbourne architectural firm Denton Corker Marshall.
The foyer – designed by noted New York postmodern architect John Burgee – is one of Melbourne’s enduring architectural landmarks, featuring tranquil water pools with 23 carat gold leaf highlights and travertine columns.
101 Collins Street has achieved a 4.0 star NABERS Energy rating, a 5.0 star NABERS Indoor Environment rating and a 3.5 star NABERS Water rating. It is home to the highest commercial solar panel system in Australia, producing about 47,000 kilowatt hours of energy each year.
This building offers excellent amenities with 24/7 security, secure bike storage, showers, change room, a basement car park, and an onsite concierge to assist with transfers, luxury hotel bookings, concert and event tickets, restaurant bookings, and more.
When you step onto either Level 18 or 27 you will be impressed by the stunning fit out and the outstanding views spanning across Melbourne, taking in landmarks such as the Yarra River, Eureka Tower, MCG, and out towards the Dandenong ranges.
Building occupants include JB Were, Macquarie Group, BlackRock, Bloomberg, Cisco, Commonwealth of Australia, Credit Suisse, Gilbert + Tobin, Goldman Sachs, Wingate Group, TPG Capital.
Tenants are only moments away from historic parklands, Treasury Building, Federation Square, Melbourne Cricket Ground and both Parliament and Flinders Street train station – as well as local and international retail outlets, entertainment venues, and banking facilities.
25 minutes by taxi from the Melbourne Tullamarine Airport. Limousine service arranged on request. 30 - 35 minutes by shuttle bus.
5 minute walk from Flinders Street and Parliament Street Stations.
101 Collins has it’s own tram stop (right outside our building). There are 30 tram routes in the metropolitan area, including the free City Circle trams that loops around the Melbourne central business district. Free trams zones within the CBD grid.
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Collins Street is the premier street in Melbourne’s central business district.
Regarded as the financial heart of Melbourne, it is home to various banks and insurance companies. It also features fine Victorian era buildings, prestigious boutiques and high-end retailers.
Servcorp offices are located on levels 18 and 27 of 101 Collins Street.
Level 27 features art by David Fielding Gough Boyd, OAM (23 August 1924 – 10 November 2011). Boyd was an Australian artist and a member of the Boyd artistic dynasty. Boyd’s artwork was hand selected for this location to compliment the colours of the skyline as seen from the reception area.
Level 18 features original art by popular Australian artist Pariny Laosy. One of the favourite works on the floor is a vibrant acrylic painting depicting Melbourne's famous iconic Flinders Street Station. Pariny has been commissioned many floors for Servcorp worldwide including Beijing, London, Auckland, Sydney, Perth, Tokyo and Osaka. Her work expresses playful curiosity about the urban life and world around her.