Located opposite Eastland and adjacent to the Ringwood Train Station, this A-grade commercial building offers the Department of Transport Ringwood’s first premium, city-standard workplace.
Designed by prominent Melbourne architecture firm Fender Katsalidis to set a new bar for office accommodation in Melbourne's outer east, 110 Maroondah Highway opened its doors in September 2022 marking the next step in the planned evolution of central Ringwood into a satellite CBD.
Home to the Department of Transport and the new VicRoads Customer Service Hub, the tower has four levels of staff carparking and extensive end-of-trip facilities (including more than 130 bicycle racks), while offering unique views towards the Yarra Valley from the upper floors.
Co-location with Eastland not only gives workers doorstep access to the centre’s broad retail and lifestyle offering, but also to the accommodation and conference facilities of the 120-room Sage Hotel. Easily reached via the neighbouring Ringwood Train Station and bus interchange, or Eastlink freeway, 110 Maroondah Highway building neighbours the dining venues of Town Square and plentiful recreation opportunities.
The Department of Transport building is part of a new hub for professional life and public services that extends the unrivalled amenity of the Eastland ecosystem beyond premium retail, destination dining, entertainment opportunities and accommodation.
The tower's construction brings QIC's investment in Ringwood in the decade to 2022 to more than $200m, with the aim of enabling the people of the eastern suburbs to work, shop and play close to home.