Pivot City is an 11 hectare waterfront district that is growing to house 50,000sqm of inspiring workspaces across 3 unique innovation Precincts.
You can read more about the project at the official website.
There area is split into three precincts:
- Federal Mills
- Glass House
- Power Station
Most of our photos are organized according to precinct. In the following post, we’ve combined images from the Federal Mills and the Glass House.
Glenn and I frequently visit the area to visit both the markets and the Popcultcha collectors gallery. This has allowed us to get a lot of photos of the changes. The area is constantly changing and reinventing.
The former Pilkington Glass Factory is a highly recognisable, steadfast reminder of Geelong’s industrial past. Almost 90 years after construction, Glass House is adding to Geelong’s rich fabric of innovation and industry by playing a key role in the Federal Mills & Pivot City innovation district.
Both the exterior and interior of the building are currently being redeveloped. I will be sharing photos of the progress.
The Power Station development has been held up due to planning objections. Our previous photos are of the street art at the site.