The chic Cremorne development responds to demand for commercial design and innovation.
As the Melbourne suburb of Cremorne continues to urbanise, developer CostaFox has responded to the need for a ‘different’ kind of office space with a designer collection of premium strata office spaces, Everlane.
Boasting architecture by Fieldwork and interiors by Mim Design, Everlane brings together aesthetics and amenity in a 9-storey premium strata office development. Here, office spaces range from 68sqm to a whole floor at 613sqm.
The upper levels of Everlane enjoy views of Melbourne’s CBD, Richmond, South Yarra and beyond, with flexible floor plates allowing customisable office layouts. All offices enjoy natural ventilation and 3.45m typical ceiling heights with floor-to-ceiling wind glazing.
Upon entry, the café and pocket park acts as the transition between bustling commercial precinct beyond and the curated offices within.
Michael Fox, of CostaFox Developments was intent on the final product offering a point of difference.
“Create something a little better, stand out from the crowd and be proud of our timeless projects. Everlane will do just that, we will create something better than the rest,” said Mr. Fox.
In an effort to surpass modern standards, Everlane is replete with touchless entry, a digital directory – which allows for easy navigation of the building’s various owners, tenants and visitors – and a building manager which has capacity to complete tasks that may be traditionally reserved for an office manager.
Further, a number of ‘end-of-trip’ facilities have been designed to encourage corporate health and wellbeing for office workers. Here, Everlane offers bike storage over multiple levels, charging stations, change rooms, showers and lockers.
Elsewhere, the rooftop terrace is a destination in its own right, with BBQ facilities, and elevated views of greater Melbourne.
The office suites, which come with at least one secure car space, are listed through Colliers International agent Ben Baines, Ted Dwyer, Raphael Favas and Chris Ling.
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