888 Collins Street

Towers in Melbourne's Docklands are Destination Spots for Locals

Located at the corner of Bourke and Collins Streets in Melbourne’s Docklands, this project is slated to be Victoria Harbour’s tallest towers. The first is a 15-story, podium-style building alongside the second, which is a 40-story tower offering sweeping views of the nearby Bolte Bridge and Port Phillip Bay.

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Together, the two mixed-use multifamily complexes provide 578 apartments with access to shops, cafes, restaurants, and parks. The Collins Street side features three small commercial office suites at the street level, reinforcing the commercial nature of this area, along with a total of 760 square meters of retail space at the intersection of Bourke and Collins Street.

On the Bourke Street entrance side, visitors and potential tenants alike will find residential areas at ground level with extra amenities such as a swimming pool, gymnasium and library. This area was specifically meant to not only provide a place for residents to gather but for other community members to feel like this is a destination for them as well.


Lend Lease




Melbourne, Australia

Completion Date

November 2017


40,000 square meters

The two complexes provide 578 apartments and are conjoined by the same ornamental, geometric façade.

The first of the towers built is a podium-style building supporting 15 stories of condominiums and amenities.

Terraces are interspersed throughout the exterior to create and indoor-outdoor relationship for the tenants’ residences.

Pedestrian bridges link the towers for residents to visit each other enjoying their privacy away from public spaces.

The geometric motif of the façade is carried out throughout common areas of the complexes.

Aimed at urban living, the compact condominiums are imbued with a pared-down layout allowing for flexibility.