The award recognises and publicly rewards the sustainable design and level of amenity that the site’s new business park development provides.
The 230,000 square meter Scoresby site in Melbourne’s South-East comprises office and warehouse buildings, including four world-class office towers that achieve both 5-star Green Star and Nabers rating. The park attracts over 15,000 people each week, is home to tenants such as Wesfarmers, Target and most recently, Toyota, and is well accessed within 25 minutes of the CBD.
“We continually strive to maintain growth in all areas of our business; to develop new office buildings, create expansive parklands and grow our retail and lifestyle facilities. It is something we are proud of and will continue to invest in for our community to enjoy,” Caribbean Park Director Ben Spooner stated.
The business park is commended for making significant contributions to Melbourne’s growing commercial office sector and doing so in a way that is sustainable, with design at the forefront.
“By integrating natural materials, the office space at Caribbean Park truly engages with its unique environment,” Jacobs Architects suggests.
Centered around Caribbean Lake, the site includes a large variety of gardens and open green space, along with a business precinct that has become one of the most innovative and environmentally efficient in Melbourne’s south eastern suburbs.
With well established blue-chip businesses under lease, flexible workspaces have been the focus for the park’s newest developments. These offices feature abundant natural light, multiple kitchens and adjustable floor plans.
Caribbean Park is expected to deliver over 40 commercial buildings across 188 hectares, which will go on to support 20,000 workers in the future.
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