367collinsst melbvic leasing sustainability


With sustainability playing an increasingly important role in work practices, Mirvac strives to set the standard by creating office space with reduced impact on the environment. Having implemented a number of carbon saving measures, including the installation of automated Building Management Systems, efficient lighting and undertaking major capital upgrades to the heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems, further initiatives remain front of mind. As a result of recent works, 367 Collins Street has been awarded a NABERS 3 Star Energy rating and NABERS 3 Star Water rating.

Not only does a sustainable workplace help to reduce carbon emissions, it also helps to foster a healthier, happier working environment.

On completion, the ‘best in class’ End of Trip facilities proposed for 367 Collins Street will contribute towards the creation of a sustainable, health conscious workplace of the future. The tower will offer convenient and easy access to bike storage, male and female showers, lockers and a drying area for staff to freshen up, so they can arrive at their desks feeling ready for the day ahead.


As home to the only known peregrine falcon nesting site within Melbourne’s CBD, 367 Collins Street plays a surprisingly important role in the delicate urban ecosystem. 

These rare birds of prey are renowned for their capability to fly at extremely high speeds (in excess of 320km per hour) earning them the title of the fastest animal on earth. The nest site, perched on the roof of 367 Collins Street, has been the preferred home of the peregrine falcon since 1991. A CCTV camera broadcasts the rare breeding pair and their chicks to monitors in the lobby. Mirvac proudly sponsors the Victorian Peregrine Project and its conservation research to improve the management of one of Victoria’s rarest birds.



The building has a co-mingled recycling program in place, which includes glass, paper & aluminium cans and has recently introduced organic waste recycling.

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