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Leaseplan May Quit St Kilda Road for South Wharf

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Real Estate News - Victoria
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Monday, 02 November 2009 07:35

THE owners of the $750 million South Wharf development, at the point where Southbank meets Docklands, may have snared another major office tenant from St Kilda Road.
 
Car leasing giant Leaseplan is understood to have leased about 4,000 square metres at the 12-level South Wharf office tower, part of a massive riverfront development that also includes the new DFO South Wharf, and a 396-room Hilton Hotel. 

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Football Federation Victoria Leaves Thornbury for St Kilda Road

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Real Estate News - Western Australia
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Monday, 02 November 2009 07:33

VICTORIA’s state governing body for soccer will relocate from a modest office in the middle of a northern suburb sports complex, to a relatively flash new headquarters in tree-lined St Kilda Road.
 
Football Federation Victoria has leased 845 square metres at Flight Centre’s 436 St Kilda Road office building, about five months ahead of the opening of the distinctive Rectangular Stadium, under construction on Olympic Boulevard, the new name for the part of Swan Street, west of Punt.

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Wesfarmers-owned OAMPS, Irwinconsult Fill New Becton East Melbourne Office

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Real Estate News - Victoria
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Monday, 20 July 2009 09:24

WESFARMERS owned insurance and financial services provider OAMPS has leased the last chunk of office space, in a distinctive new Becton building opposite the Treasury Gardens on the city’s eastern fringe.
 
OAMPS will lease 2,568 square metres of high end office space at 289 Wellington Parade South, in East Melbourne, relocating from an office at 176 Wellington Parade nearby.
 
Engineering consulting firm Irwinconsult has leased 1,868 square metres and will relocate from Southbank.

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Isis & Unico Lease Macquarie Office Trust 5 Queens Road Building

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Monday, 29 June 2009 10:28

REFURBISHMENT solutions company Isis has leases offices and naming rights of a prominent Queens Road building, opposite the busy Kings Way junction, and Albert Park Lake.
 
Isis will lease 2,427 square metres at Macquarie Office Trust’s 5 Queens Road, office space previously occupied by Symbion Health which moved to 474 St Kilda Road in March. Isis will relocate from nearby Eastern Road.
 
Joining Isis is IT services company Unico, which will relocate from Bowen Crescent around the corner, and occupy 2,386 square metres at 5 Queens Road. Unico will lease space formerly occupied by National Foods, which moved to Docklands last November.

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