Situated in Melbourne's vibrant Docklands precinct adjacent to Etihad Stadium and Southern Cross Railway Station, 700 Bourke Street features more than 65,500 square metres of campus style office accommodation over 15 levels, 770 square metres of retail space, a child care centre, auditorium, outdoor terrace and a two-level car park. The building was completed in 2013, has a 6 Star Green Star Design rating, 6 star Green Star As Built rating, 6 star Green Star Performance rating and has also achieved a 5.5 star NABERS base building energy rating.
700 Bourke Street is located at the corner of Bourke Street and Wurundjeri Way is an architecturally significant building providing the gateway to Docklands from Southern Cross Station. 700 Bourke Street is a Premium Office Building. The environmentally sustainable features include an energy efficient façade, tri-generation plant, a percentage of 'small car' car parks and a black water treatment plant. 100% leased to the National Australia Bank, 700 Bourke Street is designed to be a landmark building, and includes large triangular shaped office floor plates with a central atrium connecting all levels, a child care centre, auditorium, retail tenancies and an outdoor terrace. The building is distinguished by large vertical 'fissures' which provide vertical articulation, breaking up the scale of the building. The glass also incorporates a patterning which contributes to reducing the heat load on the building and its energy use. 700 Bourke Street is a highly sustainable asset which embraces leading energy / water performance; innovative technology; water recycling and due to its location provides sustainable transport methods.