About the precinct
Sandridge is one of Melbourne’s premium office and commercial locations, with excellent access to the CBD.
It provides high quality vibrant streets and public spaces, well served by public transport, walking and cycling links.
Professional services and creative businesses are attracted to Sandridge – the commercial sized floorplates in many of the buildings are ideal for their needs.
Proximity and good connections to the CBD, Melbourne's west, Docklands, the Employment Precinct, South Melbourne and Domain ensure that businesses in Sandridge can access a wide range of clients and services. The new train station has further improved access to the precinct.
Architecturally diverse towers north of and along the Fennell-Plummer Street boulevard extend Melbourne’s skyline towards Port Phillip Bay.
These buildings are designed to provide an attractive street level experience and protect public spaces from overshadowing. Residents and workers in these towers enjoy spectacular views towards the CBD, Port Phillip Bay and across the surrounding suburbs.
The scale of built form is lower closer to Garden City and Port Melbourne, to respect the existing scale of these areas.
Public spaces and larger buildings around Fennell and Ingles Streets integrate with the Ingles Street bridge, seamlessly linking Sandridge to Lorimer.
Community services for residents and workers in Sandridge are delivered through mixed use developments and community hubs.
The transport network in Sandridge, including the Plummer-Fennell Street light rail corridor and
enhanced bus routes, provide safe and convenient connections within and outside Fishermans Bend.
Wide footpaths and dedicated cycle routes along tree lined streets encourage healthy, active transport.
A series of public spaces, including piazzas, event spaces, sporting grounds, intimate formal gardens
and playgrounds are linked through a network of boulevards, living streets, laneways and shared paths.