Make A Statement.
Introducing Everlane, Cremorne’s newest commercial building created to elevate the workplace experience.
Set across 5,000sqm and 9 levels, with an abundance of natural light, green communal spaces and wellness facilities, employee well-being is a priority. It’s a place for innovators. For creators. For tenacious entrepreneurs ready to shape a new way of working, designed to maximise workplace efficiency and inspire creativity through intuitive design and innovative technology.
With architecture by Fieldwork, interiors by Mim Design and proudly developed by Monno, Everlane captures a synergy of exceptional aesthetics and amenity superbly connected to Melbourne’s most coveted commercial precinct, Cremorne.
Why Work At Everlane?
Everlane offers versatile spaces to lease, featuring stunning views of Melbourne CBD and surrounding areas, flexible floorplates for customised office layouts, and natural ventilation, along with floor-to-ceiling windows and high ceilings.
With a proven track record in Cremorne, MONNO, Fieldwork, Mim Design, and Openwork have collaborated with a shared vision to create authentic and durable spaces at Everlane, embracing the site’s character for strong design.
Everlane fosters a verdant community atmosphere through a ground-level laneway garden, while also prioritizing sustainability with a design aimed at achieving a 5 Star Green Star Benchmark Design and PCA A-Grade.
Openwork has designed a communal rooftop terrace at Everlane, featuring BBQ and entertaining facilities, while the ground level boasts a premium hospitality venue, enhancing the social and recreational aspects of the development.
Everlane prioritises health and wellness with premium club-like end-of-trip facilities, comprehensive building management services, and a secure basement car park equipped with charging stations, bicycle storage, and lockers.
To enhance safety and minimise touchpoints, Everlane incorporates contactless doors, sensor-equipped bathroom features, and touchless lifts, creating a safer environment by reducing common points of contact.