Pivot takes over Bondy’s old place

PIVOT Group has taken over the “kiss of death” office in the BankWest Tower.

The office was once held by Bond Corp (back when the building was named after it) and failed downstream iron ore processor Kingstream.

Kingstream vacated the 45th floor of the BankWest Tower last month for more down-market accommodation at 17 Ord Street, West Perth.

The group took over the old Bond Corp offices, along with its 20-seat boardroom table.

While Business News can confirm the identity of the new occupant, it has not been able to determine what happened to the table.

The office’s dark timber panelled walls, sweeping entry foyer – complete with domed ceiling – and opulent gent’s toilet all hark back to the heady days of WA business in the 1980s.

Pivot, run by former Queensland tourism chief Peter Laurance, has become a prolific developer in West Perth.

It has a deal on its books to develop SGIO’s purpose-built office on Colin Street, a $20 million-plus contract for Phillips Oil’s new digs and a $10.5 million job to build Sons of Gwalia’s head office precinct at Parliament Place.

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