McCormack recently hosted an asset repositioning showcase at the newly completed 300 Flinders Street in Melbourne. The event brought together industry guests to gain strategic insights from the project delivery and design teams from the project, as well as leasing directors who shared the major leasing successes achieved since the wide range of speculative suites was brought to market.


Attendees also had the opportunity to experience the building upgrades firsthand through a guided tour, while enjoying networking opportunities with industry professionals over refreshments and engaging conversations.



Over the course of an 18+ month program, 300 Flinders Street underwent a remarkable transformation, marked by extensive base building works and infrastructure upgrades. From on-floor lobby and amenity enhancements to façade upgrades and spec suite fit-outs, every aspect of the building received careful attention.


Notable highlights included the revitalisation of the ground floor lobby, now a vibrant business lounge / retail arcade that  seamlessly connects Flinders Street and Mill Place, as well as the introduction of state-of-the-art end-of-trip facilities


Central to the repositioning of 300 Flinders Street was a commitment to sustainability and responsible resource management. McCormack’s Director, Lauren McCormack, and Senior Project Manager, Rob Rimbaldo, shared insights into the project’s repurposing initiatives, emphasizing the focus on Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) principles. Through innovative design and a keen eye for market requirements, the project minimised waste and environmental impact, with an impressive 99.56% diversion from landfill or contribution to renewable energy.


Beyond its physical enhancements, 300 Flinders Street prioritised connectivity with the local community, offering shared spaces designed to foster collaboration and interaction among tenants and visitors. The ground floor retail and hospitality offerings, coupled with dynamic shared spaces, create a vibrant atmosphere that enhances the building’s appeal as a destination for both work and leisure.


This focus on community engagement underscores McCormack’s commitment to creating spaces that not only meet the needs of tenants but also contribute positively to the surrounding area.


To view the complete scope of completed works, click here.