Axle


Home to the Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) as their new financial technology centre, Axle is the first of a series of buildings to be built by Mirvac at South Eveleigh. 

Designed by architects from FJMT, the property contains 179 car spaces, four retail tenancies, a dedicated childcare centre and consists of eight levels providing approximately 42, 469 square metres of office space.  An end of trip facility is also available to tenants with numerous showers, toilets, change rooms and up to 248 lockers available to tenants.

Located at 5 Central Road, Eveleigh, Axle is conveniently located in close proximity to the Redfern rail link and once completed, the underground Waterloo Metro*. 

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Bicycle Spaces

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Lockers

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Office Levels

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Retailers

Sustainability | NABERS and Green Star Targets

The South Eveleigh precinct has been designed to minimise the building environmental footprint. The base building for Axle incorporates Environmentally Sustainable Design (ESD) features to achieve a 6 star Green Star Design and As Built rating, a 5 star + 40% NABERS Energy in design rating and a 4 Star NABERS Water in operation rating.

As an integrated fitout, many of the energy efficient features in design have been co-ordinated between the tenant and base building owner and have been provided as a base building provision. Some of these environmentally friendly features include:

Metering and monitoring of major energy and water uses within the building

  • Indoor air quality with increased fresh air supply and elimination of pollutants;
  • Indoor air quality with increased fresh air supply and elimination of pollutants;
  • Lighting comfort from luminance, glare reduction and localised lighting control;
  • High degree of thermal comfort in 95% of the nominated area;
  • Building energy and water efficiency initiatives for the mechanical, electrical, hydraulic and vertical transportation services;
  • Solar photovoltaic array on the roof to reduce the reliance on the power supply from the grid;
  • Rainwater harvesting and re-use to minimise water use;
  • Water efficient toilets, urinals, wash basin taps, and showers to minimise water use;
  • Other building features such as transport, ecology, emissions, materials etc.

*Note: the construction and delivery of this public transport service is outside of Mirvac’s control

 

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