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388 William is ideally located in the north-west corner of the CBD grid, providing unparalleled access to some of the best amenity Melbourne has to offer. Picturesque Flagstaff Gardens is located directly opposite the building, with the iconic Queen Victoria Market only steps to the north. Cafés, restaurants, bars and a diverse array of retail, including Melbourne Central, Emporium and QV, are all within reach, ensuring you never have to go far to get what you need.

388 William also places you close to Melbourne's significant legal and medical precincts, as well as the city’s renowned arts precinct.

Accessing 388 William will be easy and convenient no matter how you commute. Drivers will be able to reach the building without having to drive through the CBD grid, minimising traffic congestion.

Those coming by train will be able to disembark at Flagstaff Station, only 290m away.

Tram and bus services stop directly outside 388 William providing access to all corners of metropolitan Melbourne in a heartbeat.

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  • 01 Flagstaff Gardens
  • 02 Royal Botanic Gardens
  • 03 Birraring Marr
  • 04 Carlton Gardens
  • 05 Docklands Park


  • 06 Crown Entertainment Complex
  • 07 Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre
  • 08 Federation Square
  • 09 Marvel Stadium
  • 10 Melbourne Star Observation Wheel


  • 11 Queen Victoria Market
  • 12 Melbourne Central
  • 13 Emporium Melbourne
  • 14 QV
  • 15 Bourke Street Mall
  • 16 Docklands Precinct
  • 17 Collins Street Precinct
  • 18 Southbank Precinct
  • 19 Chinatown
  • 20 District Docklands


  • 21 RMIT University
  • 22 Legal Precinct
  • 23 GPO
  • 24 Treasury Building
  • 25 Parliament House
  • 26 City Square
  • 27 North Melbourne Medical Precinct
  • 28 Melbourne CBD Legal Precinct
  • 29 Melbourne University Precinct


Located directly opposite 388 William, Flagstaff Gardens is one of Melbourne's oldest and most picturesque parks, boasting a rich, layered history.

Today, Flagstaff Gardens has evolved into one of Melbourne's most renowned gardens. Avenues of elms and several large Moreton Bay Fig trees line the paths that criss-cross the park, creating a spectacular aesthetic. Hundreds of Melburnians visit the gardens every day, to exercise, use the tennis court or barbecue facilities, or simply relax and have lunch in the shade.


Queen Victoria

Opening in 1878, the Queen Victoria Market is an insitution in the city of Melbourne, acting not only as a destination for fresh food, but a landmark tourist attraction in its own right.

Regarded as the largest open-air market in the southern hemisphere, you can find everything from fresh fruit and vegetables, meat, fish and gourmet foods to fashion, homewares and more in the seemingly endless isles of stalls. There is also a dynamic night market held weekly, which provides a whole new way to experience this iconic landmark.

Such is the importance of the Queen Victoria Market to the City of Melbourne, the government has committed to a $250 million redevelopment of the site that will not only preserve many of its iconic features, but also equip it with more public infrastructure for tenants of 388 William to take advantage of.

Some of these improvements will include the construction of additional parking, community centre, childcare facility, maternal child health and family services centre, a pedestrian plaza in Queen Street and additional lighting and seating on Elizabeth Street.


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