06/04/2016 - 15:32

Mirvac retains key Allendale tenant

06/04/2016 - 15:32

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Legal collective Francis Burt Chambers has renewed its lease at Allendale Square, signing on for another 15 years at the Mirvac Group-owned CBD office tower.

Mirvac retains key Allendale tenant
An artist's impression of a revamped Allendale Square.

Legal collective Francis Burt Chambers has renewed its lease at Allendale Square, signing on for another 15 years at the Mirvac Group-owned CBD office tower.

Francis Burt Chambers will also take an extra 900 square metres of space at Allendale Square, bringing its total commitment to 6,000sqm.

Part of the deal includes a new fit-out, including new lift lobbies, bathrooms, LED lighting and carpet.

Francis Burt Chambers was established in 1962 and was the first set of barristers' chambers in the CBD. 

Around 120 barristers make up the chambers' membership.

Mirvac Group is planning a comprehensive refit at Allendale Square, including a new retail plaza and office tower lobby, as well as a new food and beverage offering.

According to City of Perth development assessment panel documents, the redevelopment will cost around $14.5 million. 

Mirvac Group executive of office, Andrew Butler, said the law firm’s lease renewal was testament to the enhanced tenant experience on offer at the building.

“With the redevelopment of this landmark office tower, we are not only able to contribute to the wider revitalisation of the CBD but deliver a high quality office and retail environment that will attract and retain high calibre tenants such as Francis Burt Chambers,” he said.

“Once complete, Allendale Square will provide all of the benefits of a high-quality workspace, as well as a renewed retail and food and beverage offering within the retail plaza.”

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