Premier Tower is a mixed use development comprising of a residential tower, hotel and retail podium with basement car parking and bicycle storage. A breakdown of the building is provided below.

Basement: Car parking

  • 4 levels of Basement
  • 127 residential car parks
  • 171 bicycle storage spaces

Podium: Hotel/ Retail/ Foyers

  • 6 levels Podium housing hotel rooms and amenities
  • 2 Cafe/ Restaurant and 2 retail spaces on ground floor Bourke Street frontage
  • 1 retail shop on ground floor Godfrey Street frontage
  • Separate hotel and luxury residential foyers on ground floor
  • Residential mail room on mezzanine


Municipality: City of Melbourne

Suburb: Melbourne 3000

Surrounding Suburbs/Precincts: Crown Entertainment Complex, Docklands, Melbourne ExhibitionCentre, Southbank, South Melbourne, Yarra River, South Wharf, Southgate Promenade, West Melbourneand Etihad Stadium

Melbourne is the largest business and residential area in the City of Melbourne. The central city is Melbourne’s business and financial  It encompasses the central city grid, plus the area between Victoria and La TrobeStreets. The central city is home to retail, financial, legal, administrative, recreational, tourist and entertainmentfacilities and operates 24 hours a day, serving a wide variety of residents, workers and visitors.

Melbourne’s largest retail precinct lies in the central hub of the inner city grid connecting five major city retail spacesin a network of shops allowing commuters to walk from the corner of Elizabeth and Bourke Streets to Swanston andLa Trobe Streets without stepping outdoors. The new four and three-level pedestrian bridges and undergroundpassages connect two city blocks joining Melbourne Central Shopping Centre and Train Station to Emporium,Bourke Street Mall, Myer and David Jones Department Stores and H&M at Melbourne’s GPO.

The city of Melbourne includes many major parks and gardens including the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kings Domain(which contains Government House), Queen Victoria Gardens, and Alexandra Gardens. The area also includesimportant sports facilities such as Olympic Park and Melbourne Park, home to a variety of sporting andentertainment events such as the Australian Open Tennis Championships.


Grocery Stores

  • IGA X-press – 190m
  • Coles Supermarket – 290m
  • Woolworths Supermarket – 230m
  • Great Eastern Groceries Centre – 1,5km
  • Costco Wholesale Australia – 1,9km


  • Batman Park – 600m
  • Docklands Park – 700m
  • Flagstaff Gardens – 700m
  • Enterprize Park – 850m
  • Birrarung Marr Park – 2,0km
  • Queen Victoria Gardens – 2,2km
  • Carlton Gardens – 2,2km
  • Treasury Gardens – 2,4km
  • Fitzroy Gardens – 2,6km


  • Southern Cross Train Station – 10m
  • Spencer/Bourke Street Tram Stop – 10m
  • Spencer/Collins Street Tram Stop – 230m
  • Flagstaff Train Station – 900m
  • Westgate Freeway (M1) – 1.3km
  • Citylink (Major road connection to Airport or Eastern suburbs) – 2.3km

Retail Shopping

  • Spencer Outlet Centre – 160m
  • Crown Casino Retail Mall – 1.0km
  • Bourke Street Mall – 1.0km
  • Melbourne Central Shopping Centre -1.3km
  • Emporium Melbourne – 1.3km
  • QV – 1,6km


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