epc.Pacific Launch Trenerry Workport

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epc.Pacific today launched “Trenerry Workport” a new office project that is visioned as a natural evolution of the future workplace. The new club style workplace format integrates individual tenancies that enjoy extensive shared external amenity that is set within a stunning inner-city riverside amphitheatre metres from the Yarra River’s Dights Falls. The private external areas are the equal of 50% of the entire NLA. The company has committed to an agenda of providing their creative occupiers a holistic workplace solution.

“We engaged with long term occupier partners and listened to what they considered to be the key attributes required for a modern creative city fringe workplace. What we discovered was focused, modern enterprises are very skilled at meshing their energy, creativity and collaborative effort to achieve a genuine group collective purpose. They work together and understand that a collaborative and holistic approach to work, health and happiness is critical to team success. We wanted to provide a platform for this exact style of approach“ stated Patrick Smith of epc.Pacific.

“In order to achieve a collective vision and purpose, companies need access to a workplace platform that naturally encourages a balance of work and wellbeing. A “safe harbour” for people, a “port” that enables connectivity, collaboration and connection. We have interpreted the confluence of these aspirations as “Workport”.”

Trenerry Workport will be developed in Stages in response to the specific needs of the new building occupiers. The first stage (Phase 1) will see minor works undertaken to the building with lifts provided and general aesthetic upgrades. Phase 2 will see the East and West floorplates expanded and further architectural and landscape changes.

Post completion of the building refurbishment works Trenerry Workport will exemplify the best in modern office design, sustainability and amenity, whilst retaining and enhancing the heritage of the urban realm. Extensive end-of-trip facilities provide secure high-quality bike parking, showers and lockers to all employees and 190 secure basement car spaces as well as 3,500sqm sanctuary of exclusive open-air landscape courtyards, offering the largest outdoor flexible work and breakout space in Melbourne.

Situated in the heart of Abbotsford, on Trenerry Crescent, the site benefits from inspiring landscapes of Yarra Bend and connections to nature around every corner as well as minutes from the CBD, Eastern Freeway and public transport and a large variety of eateries.

Works are expected to commence in late 2020 with works to be completed in the first half of 2021.