Located on Elizabeth Street, between Lt Lonsdale and Latrobe Streets in Melbourne, Melbourne Central Tower is essentially a square plan building, turned 45 degrees to Elizabeth Street. The unique "crystal cut" image of the Office Tower arises from the use of the basic square plan, from which two corners have been cut. It means that from every point in the city people will be able to enjoy a changing shape and image of the building.
The fully enclosed roof of the Office Tower, and its exclusive executive rise within the sloping glass roof structure, contributes to the clean and simple yet timeless architectural image. The twin communications masts rising above the building add to its architectural point of difference.
There are no competing buildings to the north or south of Melbourne Central, with all surrounding buildings of low-rise status. In addition, the Tower's location to the northern end of the CBD of Melbourne gives it unparalleled prominence to the eastern and western suburbs of Melbourne, as well as unmatched ease of access.
The Melbourne Central complex includes a major Retail component, occupying two city blocks from Lonsdale to Latrobe Streets, as well as providing 1,610 carparking spaces for customer convenience.
Melbourne Central was opened in September 1991, and has become and established part of Melbourne in that time.
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