26/04/2017 - 13:17

Brookfield shows off latest in office design

26/04/2017 - 13:17

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Brookfield Property Partners has used the vacant level four at 108 St Georges Terrace to showcase the latest in international office design.

Brookfield shows off latest in office design
Brookfield’s fitout at level four of 108 St Georges Terrace uses world-leading principles of workplace interior architecture.

Brookfield Property Partners has used the vacant level four at 108 St Georges Terrace to showcase the latest in international office design.

The demonstration space is the latest strategy rolled out by the state’s biggest commercial landlord to lure tenants in an increasingly competitive office leasing market.

Brookfield enlisted the interior design services of international group Geyer to create the fitout, which includes a mix of open-plan offices and enclosed meeting rooms.

Separate lounge areas provide informal private spaces for workshopping, while a cafe and activity wall has also been incorporated.

Brookfield has been progressively upgrading each vacant floor at the 50-level 108 St Georges Terrace, which is anchor tenanted by South32.

Architecture firm Woods Bagot also oversaw the comprehensive restoration of the Palace Hotel at the base of the building, with an $11 million refurbishment bringing the historic building back to its former glory.

According to commercialrealestate.com.au, there are around 7,600 square metres of space available for lease in the 38,521sqm building.

Brookfield spokesperson Alison Robertson said she expected it wouldn’t take long to find a tenant for level four, following the launch of its refurbishment.

“There is still a lot of interest in spaces catering to modern professional needs, from the latest technology to incorporating better use of natural light,” she said.

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