20 February 2012 – From The Age: The new 6 Star $80 million government services office built by Grocon as part of the revitalisation of central Dandenong is a landmark designed to act as a catalyst for further investment in the area  – a 15 to 20-year state government project that is Australia’s second-biggest urban renewal project after Melbourne’s Docklands.

Overseen by Places Victoria (formerly VicUrban), it involves $290 million in state government spending and is expected to generate $1 billion in private investment.

Seven hectares of central Dandenong are being redeveloped, with new buildings and new streets and some existing streets extended, in the area between the main city artery, Lonsdale Street, which has been made into a tree-lined thoroughfare, and the railway station.