Queensland


Queensland is Australia’s second largest state by area, third largest by population (5.02M) and outperforms the national average in terms of population, economic and employment growth. Key features include:

  • An economy strongly driven by the mining and energy, housing/construction, retail and tourism industries.
  • In 2012-13, Queensland business investment grew 9.8%, with projects valued at more than $60 billion in the construction phase.
  • In the 2012-13 financial year the unemployment rate dropped .3% to 6%, reflecting a general economic upswing.


Brisbane

  • Queensland’s capital city houses 2.04 million people within its business catchment area. It is the nation’s largest and fastest growing Local Government area.
  • CBD office accommodation is dominated by government, mining/utilities and regional offices for multi-nationals.
  • The market has remained resilient despite the economic downturn and is poised for further growth due to increasing world demand for the states resources as well as the states growth related infrastructure requirement.


North Quarter


The North Quarter precinct is bordered by Roma Street and North Quay, and the Kurilpa and Victoria Bridges. It is the most rapidly growing part of the CBD and boasts the following key features:

  • The most connected part of the city with the states largest transport hub (Roma Street Station) and newest bus station (King George Square) within the precinct.
  • Excellent pedestrian access to the cities major arts, retail, parklands and sporting facilities all within an easy five minute stroll.


Santos Place


Santos Place is central to the North Quarter precinct and is within 300m the Queen Street Mall (retail), Roma Street Parklands, King George Square/Town Hall and the Millennium Arts precinct. It is also within 700m of the Caxton Street entertainment precinct and gateway to the cities sporting showpiece, Suncorp Stadium.

Commuting tenants avail themselves of the cities bikeway network (at the properties edge), train and bus stations (250m) and ferry network (350m). Those in cars are able to utilise the cities major arterial, the Riverside Expressway (50m) and Inner City Bypass (1.2km) which offer the fastest routes to those travelling in all directions from the CBD.