Mirvac | 80 Ann Street: State-of-the-Art Workplace Precinct
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Heritage Lanes is one of Australiaís most sustainable and efficient buildings. In line with Mirvacís commitment to transition to renewable energy across its portfolio, 80 Ann features 100% electric heating (including all hot water) and is net zero carbon in operations. Multiple breathable floors promote natural and mixed-mode ventilation throughout the building, and landscaped terraces connect to nature and invite the lush tropical flora into the workspaces. Throughout the construction of the precinct, the Mirvac team delivered a leading education program to partners and suppliers on product initiatives that can reduce environmental impact and encourage transparency, ethical supply chains, circularity, low carbon production, going over and above when delivering on ESG commitments.
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