Hyundai department upgrades to green office

Also today, we are reporting Toshiba will relocate to Array.

Melbourne investment house and developer, Kador Group, has secured Hyundai Capital to a near-new uber green office.

Array has two terraces.

The financial services unit of Hyundai Motor Group has leased 1271 square metres, being the top floor of Array at 1 Eden Park Drive, Macquarie Park, in Sydney’s north west.

It will relocate from an older style building, 394 Lane Cove Road, in the suburb, where it also has signage.

Completed mid-last year, its new office, neighbouring the Arc office with the same address, contains 11,051 sqm over six levels, two ground floor retail tenancies and a 60 bay basement car park.

Two upper-level terraces contain a total 600 sqm.

Actum Property’s Andrew Tracey acted for Kador. GJS Property’s Jason Wright and Chris Bailey are the building’s leasing agents.

Mark Martin of CBRE introduced Hyundai Capital.

Also today we are reporting Toshiba will relocate its national headquarters to Array.

Macquarie Park is 13 kilometres from the CBD (story continues below)

Built in 1916, 39 Hunter Street achieved a 6-star NABERS rating three years ago.

Green track record

Recently awarded a NABERS 5-star Green Star rating, 1 Eden Park Dve is targeting the highest rating WELL Platinum certification.

Kador is behind the first major Australian office refurbishment to achieve a 5-star Green Star Design Rating – for Melbourne’s 500 Collins Street, in 2007.

Kador’s 500 Collins Street scored a 5-star NABERS rating after a refurbishment.

Three years ago, 39 Hunter St, in Sydney’s CBD, was the first heritage building to achieve a 6-star Green Star Design rating.

“Array is attracting top quality corporate occupiers which recognise the unique location and high quality workplace that can be created here,” Kador managing director, Mark Ross, said.

“The modern office occupier demands sustainable, productive and healthy workplaces and Array delivers on all these fronts,” he added.

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