Stage 1

17,300 sqm of adaptive reuse commercial office and retail

Under construction for completion Q3 2024

World class ESD targets

Stage 2

16,000 sqm of new office development

Secure basement car parking

Stage 3

13,500 sqm of NLA
(subject to council approval)

Key Features

A partnership between a world-class delivery team

Adaptive reuse of historic wool store

World Class Sustainability Targets

New Town Square to meet, socialise and connect

Excellent transport connectivity

3 mins from Kensington train station
6 mins from Citylink

Premium end of trip facilities and bike parking

Flexible floor plates which cater for both the small user and larger occupier

50,000 sqm office and retail precinct over three stages

Stage 1

A new neighbourhood destination

Reimagined by esteemed global architectural firm, Woods Bagot, the project will be sympathetically adapted into a dynamic district that cultivates creativity and innovation. By breathing new life into the building, Younghusband will be conserved as a cherished icon, with its rich legacy weaved into the brickwork of a new form, revitalised for today.

Stage 2

Stage 3

Level Stock Building Station Building
Level 3 Office 1,406 sqm Office 3,316 sqm
Level 2 Office 1,404 sqm Office 3,078 sqm
Level 1 Office 1,445 sqm Office 2,662 sqm
Ground Office
449 sqm
689 sqm GLAR
Office 1,718 sqm
787 sqm GLAR
Lower Ground Office 379 sqm

Stock Building

By the late 1920s, construction of the Stock Building had commenced. At the time, the Stock Building and the Station Building were linked via three bridges, accessed through a sliding hatch within the roof, a reminder of how these spaces were once used.

Station Building

With its bones laid in 1900, the Station Building displayed a traditional red brick construction, synonymous of the times. It ascended four storeys culminating in a sawtooth roof with integrated south lights. Taking pride of place is the building’s top floor, a massive show room bathed in natural light to showcase the country’s finest wool.


A world-class environmentally friendly precinct guided by sustainability principles.

The location

A Melbourne village at the apex of the city’s best transport infrastructure and lifestyle amenity.

The history

Steeped in more than 120 years of history, Younghusband is a rare example of Victoria’s thriving wool trade.

The future

Spanning 90 hectares, Younghusband is positioned in the Macauiay Renewal Precinct – Victoria’s most ambitious urban regeneration project.

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