The Forefront of Innovation

611 - 681 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne

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ELIZABETH NORTH

Elizabeth North will be at the forefront of innovation, bringing Australia’s brightest minds to the biomedical and education precinct.

Spanning multiple ultra-modern buildings, it will sit conveniently adjacent to the future Parkville station.

This landmark 70,000sqm commercial and retail development draws on best-practice architecture, design and urban planning to provide global-leading organisations with innovative amenities.

Ground-floor retail with prominent Elizabeth Street frontage will serve the surrounding community and city – while the institutions and businesses based on-site will enjoy first-class facilities and city access.

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For Leasing Enquiries Contact:
Jennifer Tai 戴加雯 – 0422 224 030
Adam Lester – 0432 097 599

ADDRESS

611-697 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne

LEVELS

9-19

COMPLETION

2021-2022

ARCHITECT

Gray Puksand & Cox Architecture

BUILDER

Probuild Construction

TOWER ONE

The first stage of Elizabeth North resides within and above the historic Melford Motors building.

The shortest in height, tower one will reach 9 levels and 2 basements and will be delivered in 2021. The ground floor and mezzanine level will be activated by retail, food and beverage spaces and collaborative facilities.

Tower One will be home to Melbourne City Toyota and Melbourne University’s Trinity College vertical campus.

TENANT
Melbourne City Toyota
Melbourne University’s Trinity College

TOWER TWO

Tower Two is the second stage to be delivered at Elizabeth North and reaches 17 levels of world-class facilities and collaborative spaces.

This second stage will also include ground floor retail, food and beverage to integrate with the public foot traffic and provide an activated community for its tenants.

CSL has selected tower two as its new location for corporate headquarters and laboratories, further enhancing their connections within the biomedical and educational precinct.

TENANT

CSL Limited