Aussie boutique makes ‘strategic move’ to Melbourne hotspot

By Emma Ryan|08 August 2019

An Australian boutique has made a move to a “revitalised” precinct in Melbourne's Southbank, as it looks to continue to evolve and keep up with client demand.

Kalus Kenny Intelex (KKI) has made the move to 4 Riverside Quay Southbank, in what it describes as a strategic decision in order for it to provide the best possible environment for staff and be better positioned for future growth. 

“4 Riverside Quay by Mirvac is positioned on the Yarra River in the heart of the Southbank cultural precinct and offers a central business location close to transport, major arterials, restaurants and public amenities for workers and visitors to work, relax and dine,” a statement from the firm said.

In pursuing further strategic and organisational improvement KKI has secured 930 square metres on level 1 designed to take advantage of stunning river views and to provide a high level of visual and audio connection in the workplace.

“The leased space is being fitted out by Canopy Constructions, IT managed and supplied by TickBox, with BRM Projects providing full project oversight. The completed fit-out captures all the benefits and appeal of 4 Riverside Quay including Yarra Riverbank/CBD positioning and offers a transformational amenity for KKI’s growing workforce and future leaders.”

Commenting further, founding partner of KKI, Henry Kalus, said he sees the move to 4 Riverside Quay as the perfect fit.

“The firm’s strong relationship with Mirvac from its previous association with the Como Centre and now 4 Riverside Quay, triggered the opportunity for it to make the leap into the increasingly vibrant Southbank Riverside precinct,” Mr Kalus said.

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