18 Oliver Lane, Melbourne
The first reinforced concrete structure in the City of Melbourne designed by Sir John Monash and built by David Mitchell (builder of the Exhibition Buildings and father of Dame Nellie Melba), this charming 5 level building was acquired by Marks Henderson in December 2004.
The building was sensitively and comprehensively refurbished in 2006 to provide 2250 sqm of edgy laneway office space at the eastern end of Flinders Lane close to the Grand Hyatt, the Chanel headquarters and close to restaurants such as Chin Chin, Lucy Liu, Coda, Kisumé and Tonka.
Oliver Lane is situated close to Federation Square and the Flinders Street Railway Station.
Marks Henderson added 3 lightweight office floors on top of the building featuring an external glass lift which exclusively services the new occupiers
Two of the office floors were sold and the remaining level is currently leased to Assembly Communities.
The building below is leased to SJB Architects, Catalyst Investments, the Bowery to Williamsburg café, Intermain, Australian Business Growth Fund and Town Square.