Equity Chambers

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Equity Chambers was designed by architects Oakley & Parkes, built by contractors Weavell & Keast and was completed in 1931. Originally named the Equity Trustees Company Building it is now home to Monash University Post Graduate Law School, Law Institute of Victoria, 77 purpose built Barristers Chambers, Donato restuarant and Flash Flowers.

The ground floor chamber was, until late 2001, owner-occupied by Equity Trustees and it is understood the upper levels were Melbourne’s first purpose built Barristers Chambers. The Chambers are rich in legal history and have accommodated some of Melbourne’s most respected and colourful Barristers over the past 76 years.

472-478 Bourke Street boasts an outstanding central CBD corner location providing direct access to the following destinations.

• Bourke Street and Collins Street financial precinct

• Legal precinct including the Federal Court, Supreme Court, County Court, Magistrates Court and Family Court

• Bourke Street Mall

• The new RACV Business Centre

• Public transport and public carparking

• Stunning six level building

• Corner site with rear access providing abundant natural light from four sides


Michelle Williamson - 0402 313 281
Email:  michelle@williamsonproperties.com.au
Web: www.equitychambers.com.au

Website: www.equityapartments.com.au