Dedicated bilingual receptionist to greet callers in your company name and transfer according to your instructions 24/7 interactive voicemail with delivery to email or mobile Personal assistants available to assist with business support Fully equipped meeting rooms, video conferencing and boardrooms Up to 3 hours a day access to coworking space 3 days free private office usage anywhere outside your home location 20% of your spend credited when you upgrade to a serviced office No security deposit First month FREE. No further obligation
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First month free
The Virtual Office
$349AUD / Month
Includes everything for less
Your Address - MLC Centre - use on your website and business collateral
Telephone number answered in your company name. 6 incoming lines
Meeting room and boardrooms
3 days per month FREE Private Office usage outside your home location
3 hours per day FREE use of Coworking space worldwide
Superfast internet (99.98% uptime) FREE secure and high speed Wi-Fi in coworking lounge and offices
Connect to 40,000 clients globally to sell to and buy from.
Boardrooms, meeting rooms and day offices at member rates
FREE secure and high speed Wi-Fi in coworking lounges
Join 40,000 imagineeers!
After acceptance, connect with 35,000 Servcorp clients globally, one of the world’s largest business communities. List your business so you can sell to and buy from other imagineeers, and also enjoy many other features including articles, member forums, social events and VIP treatment.
We have negotiated so all members will be able to access applications for software, travel and hotel rooms at substantial discounts from the 1st of September.
2 vouchers per month (total value $50) to use = 1 day per month Hot Desk space
You can market to all members - get ready to actively expand your business!
The MLC Centre is a prime grade building in Martin Place, the heart of Sydney’s CBD.
Designed by renowned architect Harry Seidler, it is one of Sydney’s most iconic commercial buildings. At 67 storeys and 228 metres high, the MLC Tower was the tallest building in Australia from 1978 until 1992.
Constructed of reinforced concrete, MLC Tower is a modernist white octagonal column. It was awarded the coveted John Sulman medal by the Royal Australian Institute of Architects in 1983.
The building podium features a shopping centre with several exclusive fashion labels, including Longchamp, Jimmy Choo, and Omega. The complex also contains 1,186 seats in the Theatre Royal, a carpark, a newly renovated gourmet food hall, and numerous cafes.
Located directly above Martin Place station, this building offers excellent transport connections. In-house amenities include doctors, dentists, and medical centres.
The building boasts spectacular views across stunning Sydney harbour and city skyline. Many of Sydney’s landmark attractions – including the Harbour Bridge, Sydney Opera House and Hyde Park – are just a stroll away.
Building occupants include the $1 billion global food business Sunrice, the Sydney Consulate of the United States of America, the NSW Department of Primary Industries, and an impressive list of law firms and financial institutions.
How to get to MLC Centre
How to get to MLC Centre
25 mins by taxi or 35 minutes by train from Kingsford Smith Airport.
Directly above Martin Place station at the Castlereagh St exit. Wynyard, Town Hall, St. James and Circular Quay stations are within easy walking distance.
Circular Quay Ferry Terminal is a 10 minute walk.
Bus stops on Castlereagh and Elizabeth street are less than 5 minutes’ walk.
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Day suite, Level 57
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Original artwork - Max Mannix
Original artwork - Pro Hart
Our Office and Facilities
Servcorp offices are located on level 57 of the MLC Centre.
Level 57 features an Australian theme with its art displays; varying from Kevin Charles Pro Hart, capturing the true spirit of the outback as well as Max Mannix who depicts life in country towns to Kevin Waina whose works are painted in a traditional indigenous theme inspired by his home Kalumburu.