Convenience and practicality will meet style and elegance for tenants of 101 Collins Street when the construction of the new best-in class End Of Trip Facilities is completed in December 2017.
This significant project is part of the Building Owners ongoing investment program.
This modern and chic space is destined to inspire the tenants of 101 Collins Street to new levels of health, fitness and overall wellbeing. Work should be more than just a comfortable office space and our End of Trip Facilities promises to provide all those working within the building with an indulgent experience at any time of the day or night.
Whether you cycle to work, hit the gym or explore our spectacular city during a lunch time run you can do so safely in the knowledge that your final destination will be more comfortable and luxurious than ever before.
Workout enthusiasts and commuting cyclists will have the ability to access these premium facilities, which will include 500 bicycle racks plus nearly as many dedicated lockers, drying rooms for damp clothing and 45 luxurious shower and bathroom facilities (including accessible facilities).
Convenient and safe access is also a key part of the masterplan so the new facility is being located on Level 5 North which allows for direct entry from George Parade alleviating any interaction with cars and the very busy building loading dock.
The facility has specifically been designed to cater for all tenants and staff, providing an amenity that meets the needs of the fitness conscious as well as the nightlife aficionado. With the world’s most liveable city on our doorstep the End of Trip Facility is designed to provide a relaxing and elegant environment for those wishing to freshen up before partaking in Melbourne’s plethora of entertainment, culture or sport.
Alongside the practical features of this modern facility is a charm and elegance not seen in End of Trip Facilities in Melbourne before. The warm surrounds will captivate and engage, making it feel like you’re preparing for work in the surrounds of a five-star hotel.