The LongHouse creative hub

Construction is underway on Mac Point’s first significant new development – a mixed use interim build incorporating innovative office space, a restaurant, an Aboriginal space, and cultural and creative community uses.


Core Collective Architects are the proponents for the Long.House project on the corner of Davey and Evans Streets.



The Long.House will include office space for start-ups, creative and architectural businesses, as well as businesses with a specific innovation and sustainability focus.

The Long.House will include a cultural and performance space where ancient traditions meld with contemporary innovation - with healing and repair at the core.

The demountable structure will house customised containers to create bespoke flexible workspaces.

Spaces for outdoor performances or potentially market spaces along with public amenities will also be provided.

Construction is underway on Mac Point’s first significant new development – a mixed use interim build incorporating innovative office space, a restaurant, an Aboriginal space, and cultural and creative community uses.


Core Collective Architects are the proponents for the Long.House project on the corner of Davey and Evans Streets.



The Long.House will include office space for start-ups, creative and architectural businesses, as well as businesses with a specific innovation and sustainability focus.

The Long.House will include a cultural and performance space where ancient traditions meld with contemporary innovation - with healing and repair at the core.

The demountable structure will house customised containers to create bespoke flexible workspaces.

Spaces for outdoor performances or potentially market spaces along with public amenities will also be provided.

  • Multi-purpose Long.House to help set the DNA for Mac Point development

    10 months ago
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    An article published in The Mercury on 13 December 2018: "A FORMER cold store on Hobart’s waterfront is fast becoming a creative hub which Macquarie Point Development Corporation chief executive Mary Massina hopes will “set the DNA” for the rest of the revitalisation project.

    The Long.House building, being built on the corner of Evans and Davey streets, will be finished this financial year."


    An article published in The Mercury on 13 December 2018: "A FORMER cold store on Hobart’s waterfront is fast becoming a creative hub which Macquarie Point Development Corporation chief executive Mary Massina hopes will “set the DNA” for the rest of the revitalisation project.

    The Long.House building, being built on the corner of Evans and Davey streets, will be finished this financial year."


  • REVEALED: Pop-up restaurant and cultural space for Mac Point

    10 months ago
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    An article published in The Mercury on 19 August 2018: "CHANGE is coming to Macquarie Point.

    The first new development at the Hobart site can be revealed today, with influential chef Luke Burgess the headline tenant of the Long.House community cooking and pop-up restaurant earmarked for the area."


    An article published in The Mercury on 19 August 2018: "CHANGE is coming to Macquarie Point.

    The first new development at the Hobart site can be revealed today, with influential chef Luke Burgess the headline tenant of the Long.House community cooking and pop-up restaurant earmarked for the area."