Holding Redlich relocates Melbourne HQ to Bourke Street

The new space features a W-Class Melbourne tram in a legal fit-out first

Holding Redlich relocates Melbourne HQ to Bourke Street
Holding Redlich’s new Melbourne office

Holding Redlich has relocated its Melbourne headquarters to the recently redeveloped 500 Bourke Street – one of Melbourne's first net zero carbon buildings.

The new office takes up two floors measuring 2,600m². It is part of the firm’s office portfolio refresh, which involves implementing its “Office of the Future” plan.

"We aimed to create an environment that fosters collaboration and where everyone has a dedicated workspace," Melbourne managing partner Howard Rapke said. "Our partners and senior lawyers have offices around the core of the building, and we opened up the perimeter for dedicated open work points which have been designed to afford our people with a great level of privacy in a space which is their own".

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In what the firm said is a first for a legal fit-out, the office’s main breakout area features a W-Class Melbourne tram that will serve as a seating and dining area.

"The space is designed to bring people together and provide opportunities for quiet work where required. There are also dedicated gathering places on each floor with a variety of options for people to sit individually or in groups", Rapke explained.

Woods Bagot designed the office, with MPA handling the construction.

The Melbourne relocation follows the redevelopment of Holding Redlich’s Sydney office at 25 Martin Place. The firm confirmed plans to relocate its Brisbane branch as well.

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