Complete Office Solutions in Melbourne’s Growing Economy
Melbourne’s economy has been one of Australia’s most prosperous for some time, and it’s only getting bigger. With the nation’s fastest-growing population, it is likely to surpass Sydney to become the largest city in country – and it could do so as early as 2030.
However, Melbourne is not just cementing itself as a pillar of the Australian economy. It continues to build its presence as a thriving international business hub with influence on some of the world’s biggest markets. More and more of the world’s major organisations are expanding into Melbourne, using the city as a gateway to the Australian market and the wider Asia-Pacific region.
Once sitting firmly in the shadow of the NSW capital, Melbourne now frequently ranks as the world’s most liveable city and is rapidly adapting to its role on the international stage.
A city evolving to meet the needs of flourishing businesses
Melbourne’s skyline will soon tower over all other Australian cities: more than 100 skyscrapers with a height greater than 100 metres are either planned or already being constructed. Almost 40% of floor space in the CBD is made up of offices, and it combines with surrounding inner suburbs to provide almost 8 million m2 of office space to local and international businesses.
This office space is transitioning from cookie-cutter templates into more innovative, purpose-built spaces that give businesses what they need to remain competitive. Our commercial fit out services equip your organisation with everything it needs for success in Melbourne’s thriving business landscape.
Talk to the experts in office fitouts
Our interior designers work with organisations in the CBD, Docklands, Fitzroy, Southbank, North Melbourne, South Yarra and all other parts of Melbourne (see our service area below). We can also head out to larger regional areas including Geelong.
Get in touch to find out what we can help your business achieve – no matter your size or scope, we’ll tailor a solution to your needs, objectives and budget.