Brisbane’s thriving financial district - referred to as the ‘Golden Triangle’ - is bound by Edward Street, Queen Street and Eagle Street. This district is home to hundreds of blue-chip companies, all of whom reside amongst the city’s burgeoning riverside and fine dining precinct.
Here are some of the latest offices on the market in Brisbane right now:
The Annex, Dexus
The BVN Architecture led design of 12 Creek Street will see over 12 floors of office space on offer. Due for completion in 2019, the Dexus development will span across a street level plaza all the way up to an exclusive rooftop ‘Sky Terrace’ with views to the Brisbane River.
One One One Eagle Street, The Executive Centre
Located on level 54, The Executive Centre’s penthouse offices feature 3m high ceilings that provide significant natural light and outstanding river views. Noted for its riverside courtyard, One One One Eagle Street is home to award-winning restaurants and Brisbane institutions alike.
324 Queen Street, @WORKSPACES
@WORKSPACES’ new Brisbane suites have a modern fit out, and include close links to Central Station and Queen Street Mall. Multiple configurations allow for various sized offices, all of which come fully furnished and include private kitchenettes.
12 Creek Street Tower, Dexus
Standing at the very centre of the ‘Golden Triangle’, 12 Creek Street Tower offers 32 levels of forward-thinking, collaborative workspace. Significant building upgrades include on-floor lift lobbies, a first-class hotel style concierge and state of the art end-of-trip facilities.
140 Creek Street, Gravity Coworking
Gravity Coworking offers flexible memberships, which include an extensive range of benefits throughout each of their eastern seaboard locations. Having been refurbished recently, this high-end building offers excellent front-of-house facilities including an on-site dry-cleaning facility, restaurant, bar and café.
175 Eagle Street, Victory Offices
Located on Level 18, Victory Offices takes full advantage of its prime waterfront location with stunning views of the river. Boasting an on-site cafe, professional meeting rooms and comprehensive end-of-trip facilities 175 Eagle St is well equipped after a $25 million redevelopment.
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