500 Collins St, Melbourne.

From brewery to revolutionary office space

About the project

The site known as 500 Collins St has an interesting history. Originally developed as a brewery in 1851, the property got demolished in the late 1960s after which the current building was constructed. Fast forward and this address is now one of Melbourne’s most prestigious office buildings.

McCormack Property Services oversaw the complete refurbishment of 500 Collins St’ end-of-trip facilities, designed by Gray Puksand, featuring a spacious bike room and comfortable change rooms. Filled with our Tracks in low ceiling areas, our Cradle and our Wishbone, the bike room offers great parking variety. The clever combination of our Pandora locker, Maximus locker and island bench seats ensure users can enjoy plenty of locker space and seating.

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Location Melbourne, Australia

Architect Gray Puksand

Project Lead McCormack Property Services

Owner Kador Group

Bike Parking Five At Heart

Lockers Five At Heart

Google Spruce Goose Office, Los Angeles.

Famous hangar turned into office space

About the project

If there’s a list of the most iconic buildings around the world, this one down by LAX (Los Angeles’ International Airport) is definitely on it. The former hangar and home to the famous H-4 Hercules aircraft, has recently been transformed into this slick looking Google Office.

ZGF Architects oversaw the complete redesign, featuring open workspaces, elevated walkways and exposed timber beams. Its end-of-trip facility is just as sophisticated as the rest of the building and is filled with our Arcs. Fun fact: the building also featured in the movie The Aviator!

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/ The Arc


Location Los Angeles

Architect ZGF Architects

Bike Parking Five At Heart

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