WorkSafe Victoria’s new headquarters at 1 Malop Street in Geelong – the first Australian office to gain WELL Building Standard Gold precertification for its fitout – has officially opened, on time and on budget.
Existing buildings will be just as capable of achieving a WELL rating as new builds under the new WELL Building Standard v2 pilot.
The soon-to-be-built Circular Quay Tower in Sydney is the city’s first to receive Platinum Core and Shell pre-certification under the WELL Building Standard.
Mirvac has extended its WELL Building Standard leadership by scoring Australia’s first core and shell pre-certification at the Platinum level for its upcoming Olderfleet office tower at 477 Collins Street in Melbourne.
Investa’s Barrack Place building in Sydney has become the first building in Australia to get WELL Core & Shell pre-certification, in a bid to attract an increasingly health and wellness-conscious tenant market.
Independent fund manager Castlerock Property has notched up a portfolio of mainly government tenanted office buildings with almost all meeting high environmental standards, with ambitions to go even further. This previously little-known company manages assets on behalf of unlisted property investment trusts including Auslink Property Trust, which holds 14 Centrelink offices, including regional offices in […]
Developer Gale International has achieved the world’s first multi-residential WELL Building Standard certification for its 21W20 Flatiron luxury condominium project in Manhattan, New York. The project achieved Silver level under the pilot WELL Multifamily Residential Certification tool, based on achievements across seven categories of building performance – air, water, light, nourishment, fitness, comfort and mind. […]
Mirvac’s 200 George Street HQ has become the first Australian building to get certified under the WELL Building Standard, achieving a GOLD rating. The announcement coincided with the annual Green Cities conference, where the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) also revealed plans to allow any type of building to become WELL-certified. 200 George Street already […]
Frasers Property Australia is making a bid to bring the WELL Building Standard out of the CBD, with the $9.8 million fit out of its new head office at the Rhodes Corporate Park.
Is there really such a thing as the architecture of health and happiness, or is this just wishful thinking?