The MIT Group Holdings Pty Ltd portfolio is a unique mix of prominent office buildings, prime Collins Street and Bourke St retail premises; classic historic buildings and diverse tenancy mix.
Most buildings are located on prime corners, enjoy high occupancy levels and offer further potential to enhance their value through proactive management.
374-376 Bourke Street, Melbourne
Located on the north side of Bourke Street between Queen and Elizabeth Streets, this boutique building features lower ground floor tenancy, ground floor retail and 4 levels of office accommodation re-designed by discover English to operate as a facility in education. The retail is occupied by leading national retailer – Priceline pharmacy.
The Argus, 284-294 La Trobe Street, Melbourne
The Argus is one of Melbourne’s Iconic sites – this building which was magnificent in its heyday still permeates the feel of grandeur.
The Argus Building is a landmark which was built circa 1924 in the Interwar period in the Beaux Arts style, by Architect Godfrey & Spowers. The Argus building is a fantastic combination of many of the Interwar styles, a Stripped Classical composition with Beaux-Arts, Chicagoesque and Moderne influences; a stunningly regal classical tower is a prominent feature of the Argus building.
The building was the home of The ARGUS, Melbourne’s first morning daily newspaper for around 30 years.
The property occupies the high profile north-west corner of Latrobe and Elizabeth Sts. and is located in close proximity to Melbourne Central Shopping centre and a range of commercial, retail and residential properties and has exceptional access to public transport (train and tram).
The property comprises of a partially developed six storey building and is earmarked for Melbourne Institute of Technology’s flagship campus.
386-412 William Street, Melbourne
Former home of Mazda Cars, this development site measures approximately 3900sqm+. It features a large glassed- in showroom in the Williams and Franklin Sts corner measuring about 556sqm with a number of entries throughout the building. There is access to most sections of the building via double gate entries on both the Williams St and the Franklin St faces. It is well suited for redevelopment offering a high profile and an ideal location across the road from the Victoria Market and Flagstaff Gardens.
154-158 Sussex Street, Sydney
This building has been refurbished and is a well presented, commercial office building used for education purposes. Currently being used as The Melbourne Institute of Technology (MIT) Sydney campus and is located in Sydney’s Central Business District (CBD) next to the Darling Harbour, one of the city’s largest shopping, food and entertainment precincts.
The campus is just a short walk from the Pitt Street Mall, Queen Victoria Building and Chinatown, and provides easy access to public transport and all the facilities of a world class city.
179 Collins Street, Melbourne
A prime Collins Street building located between Swanston and Russell Street in the heart of the CBD. Fully leased to Bang & Olufsen, this is an outstanding retail property offering major exposure to Collins Street and adjoining the Westin Hotel and the new 171 Collins Street office redevelopment by CBUs and Charter Hall.