Exterior close-up shot of Wesley Place among other tall buildings, taken at dusk, showing the building interior lights.
View of ground floor of Wesley Place, including the heritage church site, from the street.
A building view looking up, reflections are showing in the windows, and a cloud-less blue sky surrounds it.
Eye-level shot of Wesley church and park gardens on the right with the building reflection at the rear.
Courtyard shot with Wesley Place showing at the rear, there are a couple of steps up to a grass area on the right.

Wesley Place

COX Architecture, 2020


Wesley Place is one of the largest urban renewal projects in Melbourne, creating a new active urban precinct to connect the rich history of the Wesley Church with next-generation frictionless workplace, curated retail and engaging public offerings.

Comprised of one Premium and two A-Grade commercial towers over three conjoined sites located at 130, 140 and 150 Lonsdale Street, the precinct comprises 110,000 square metres of technology-oriented workplaces across the three buildings and introduces a fifth vital public green space to Melbourne’s CBD.

COX Architecture's $600 million flagship building at 130 Lonsdale was the first stage of the precinct to be built, and features 55,000 square metres of premium grade contemporary workplace with campus-style floorplates over 35 levels and a 1,820 square metre retail space that adaptively reuses a number of important heritage buildings at ground level.

What's On

Join a guided tour of key Wesley Place’s public domain, urban design and commercial spaces.

Images: (1-5) Wesley Place. Images: Trevor Mein.

Important Details

Time & Date

Saturday 29 July
Tours run 2pm + 3pm
Running for 30 minutes in groups of 15
Bookings required
First release tickets: Thursday 6 July, 12pm
Second release tickets: Saturday 8 July, 10am


Accessible bathroom, Accessible parking nearby, Elevator access, Fully wheelchair accessible


130 Lonsdale St, Melbourne VIC 3000

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