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In the Pipeline: Eastland, Melbourne


With an unrivalled vibrant Central Business District in Melbourne’s Metropolitan East, the 13,500m2 A-grade commercial space with 360-degree views of the leafy Yarra Valley and surrounds will elevate suburban workplaces of the future through the introduction of EastCo. Eastland now boasts 131,000m2 of retail, significant hospitality features including 25 restaurants and bars, conference facilities, a 120-room Sage Hotel, all in addition to the Ringwood Library, a Town Square and the purposeful integration of major public transport nodes including bus and rail.

Owner: QIC Global Real Estate
Retail category: Regional
Development stage: Plans submitted
Project type: New
Start date: Late 2019
Completion date: Mid 2020
Project cost: $85 million
Project size: 13,700m2
New major tenants: Currently pursuing commercial office tenants
Creative Design: Lucchetti Corele/Seventh Wave Base Build
Architect: James Pearce, Fender Katsalidis
Project Team: Turner & Townsend Thinc
Development Manager: Grant Hine
Leasing: Rob Joyes, Colliers (0418 137 277)

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