• Side core layout maximises floor plate efficiency; views to river, mountains and the city; and allows tenancy fitouts to provide whole floor integration.
  • Low-rise consists of five levels of podium office space with its own dedicated lift, mid-rise consists of 12 levels serviced by five lifts, high-rise consists of 11 levels serviced by five lifts, and sky-rise consists of 7 levels serviced by four lifts.
  • Five levels of car parking accommodating 181 cars (1:200 - approx one car space per 200 square metres of office space).
  • A dedicated goods lift services all levels.
  • Bathroom amenities include shower facilities on every floor.
  • An under cover ‘Porte Coche’ allows unimpeded taxi and vehicular drop off zones and all weather access to the building’s foyer.
  • A café tenancy along with a laneway bar and dining tenant in the building’s foyer provides a relaxed atmosphere for coffee and food services to the tower tenants.

Floor Plates

  • Floor plates are approximately 1,100m² net with minimal column and core intrusions.
  • Inter-connectivity between floors is easily accommodated within the design parameters. Santos, for example, have interconnecting stairs between levels 18 and 25.
  • 2,700mm floor to ceiling and 400mm sill heights take advantage of the river and surrounding views.

Cyclist Facility

  • Largest private cyclist facility in the CBD - 300 bicycles, 350 lockers, 60 showers with a dedicated air-conditioned basement facility with 24 hour security and lift service to the ground floor.

Internal Finishes

Ground Floor Lobby and Laneway

  • Queensland Chilligo marble, floor finishes, feature “ruins” and spotted gum timber framing.
  • Bespoke timber furniture ‘built in’.
  • Coloured glass skylights.
  • Stone ‘porphyry’ to laneway and driveways.

Typical Office Floor

Base building finishes to the typical floor consists of:

  • Quality broadloom carpet, 2700mm high ceiling grid based on a 1200x600 module with plasterboard margin to the perimeter of the ceilings.
  • Automated full height blinds, solar controlled via the Building Management System.
  • High performance, double glazed, "Viracon" glass with anodised aluminium frame of 400mm high sills and 2700mm head heights with 200mm high inducted skirting.

External Façade

The building’s contemporary façade and unique design features sets it apart from the other towers which in the Brisbane CBD skyline. The building’s eastern and western façade has been designed to provide substantial shading whilst optimising view lines for occupants. The southern façade of the building is fully glazed to take advantage of its commanding hinterland and unrestricted river views.


A 70 metre pedestrian lane through the building ground floor links the Kurilpa pedestrian bridge with Turbot Street. The 24 hour public walkway contains of public seating, contemporary art work, a café and casual dining restaurant. Brisbane’s largest public art work is integrated into the laneway in a consistent theme linking the Gallery of Modern Art with the North Quarter precinct. The laneway has become the pedestrian link between Brisbane's cultural precinct and the CBD.

The laneway allows for public access through the site however the tower foyer remains a private entrance for tower occupants.