A landmark new luxury, premium retail and dining destination will commence opening this month, as part of the 80 Collins precinct development in the Melbourne CBD
(Image credit: Gerard Warrener from DPI)
The 80 Collins precinct is a large-scale site that is strategically located at the ‘Paris end’ of Collins Street in Melbourne’s CBD. The precinct comprises over 100,000 square metres of space across:
80 Collins is owned by Dexus and Dexus Wholesale Property Fund and the development manager is QICGRE.
The extensive retail precinct spans the ground and podium levels, while the three surrounding streets (Collins, Exhibition and Little Collins Streets) are connected through a series of laneways, linking the new hotel to both office towers.
Dexus Head of Retail Leasing, Eddie Giraldo said: “We are excited to launch 80 Collins as a retail and dining destination. The brands, minds, and designs that have come together to make this new precinct a reality are second to none.”
Georg Jensen's flagship store
at 80 Collins
The first of the new retailers have opened with the arrival of Georg Jensen’s new flagship showcasing the brand’s quality craftsmanship and timeless aesthetic design, producing premium luxury jewellery, watches, home décor, dining and bar wares.
Quality barista coffee and fresh seasonal ingredients are now being served with the opening of Maverick – the newest cafe from brother–sister duo Adam and Elisa Mariani, the team behind Richmond’s Mayday Coffee and Albert Park’s first edition of The Petty Officer. The Maverick menu will showcase modern Australian fare prepared by head chef Eugene Yap, formerly of Kettle Black (South Melbourne) and The Smith (Prahran).
From early July, new café concepts Bowls Baby, People’s Coffee and Upstate Coffee will open their doors.
Now open, Şener Besim (pronounced shen-ner, and shown in main pic) is an Australian-born, Melbourne-based, internationally renowned designer. Șener Besim Fine Jewellery & Eyewear merges extreme luxury with a heightened sense of conscionable creation. Hand-crafted with care to a meticulous finish, each unique piece is destined to be worn by discerning women and men.
Unveiling a breathtaking new dining venue, Nick and Nora’s from The Speakeasy Group’s owner-operators Greg Sanderson and Sven Almenning, the innovators behind Melbourne venues Eau-de-Vie, Boilermaker House and Mjølner. The duo will bring the golden era of enchanting and indulgent post-prohibition soirees to Melbourne’s contemporary dining and cocktail scene. Nick and Nora’s will open from 2 July.
Founded in 2005 by Australian brothers Tull and Josh Price, FEIT (pronounced Fight) is a neoluxury footwear label based in New York focused on sustainability and handmade quality. Using handcrafted techniques and natural materials, with a focus on minimal design concepts, their signature Hand Sewn collection inspires utilitarian wear for all seasons. Old world values are applied to new world tools. A modern cobbler for the modern ages. FEIT will open early July.
Later in 2020 the new 80 Collins precinct will welcome luxury maisons Mulberry and Saint Laurent along with more exceptional dining venues. Visit www.80collins.com.aufor more information.
cnr Collins, Exhibition & Little Collins Streets, Melbourne VIC 3000