Waterfront Place

Ideally lying in the heart of Brisbane’s prestigious commercial hub, or The Golden Triangle, the Waterfront Place stands out with the 36-storey iconic office tower and the historic Naldham House. It is home to some of the most influential offices in Australia, including Commonwealth Parliament Offices at its peak level. The landmark features state-to-art services and facilities, namely the hotel-style concierge and latest building management systems, security and sustainability practices. With the mission of bringing “all the tools businesses need to connect, collaborate and grow”, the Smart Suites at Waterfront Place provide a wide range of smart features for progressive business such as Google Home Voice Activation, Apple TV, Samsung Smart TV’s, Sonos music streaming with in-ceiling speakers, automatic blinds to boardrooms, iPad Air controls and CCTV. The prime location also affords direct access to all the essential commuter services including ferry, trains, buses and pedestrian and cycling paths for active commuters.
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Waterfront Place stands out with the 36-storey iconic office tower and the historic Naldham House

Suncorp Plaza

Suncorp Plaza, formerly known as the SGIO Building and Theatre, is one of the landmark building complexes in Brisbane’s Central Business District. Sitting at the corner of Turbot and Albert Street, the 24-floor building is dedicated to office space. Upon completion in 1971, it became one of the tallest skyscrapers in Brisbane. The original tower once underwent a comprehensive refurbishment to meet the Property Council of Australia’s A-grade standards. The external renewal comprised a modern aluminium clad facade and extensively upgraded mechanical services. Meanwhile, there were new amenities on the ground floor such as cafes, an à la carte restaurant, a news agency and ATMs. The renovation has given the building a new lease of life and helped it achieve better occupancy. The building features a 10-metre digital clock featuring the logo of Suncorp, its primary tenant until the company moved to the Brisbane Square building. Soon, the plaza is undergoing a major change, as the local authorities proposed a new one to fulfil a wider range of demand, from office and retail spaces to sport and recreation facilities.

Emirates House

Along the bank of the beautiful Brisbane River rises the Emirates House, an office building with a prestigious address at 167 Eagle Street in the city’s Golden Triangle. The structure contains a basement with parking lots, a ground floor, 24 upper floors and six lifts. To take optimum advantages of the prime riverfront location, the facade and rooftop levels underwent a significant transformation, which successfully established the building’s prominence as an A-Grade. After the refurbishment, a multitude of professional building services was employed with upgraded building lifts managed by the Port Destination Control system – an innovative vertical transport technology for commercial offices. Because of the magnificent river views, the landmark’s surroundings comprises both renowned international businesses and authentic local cafes, bars, and restaurants. Virtually every form of public transport facilities is also adjacent to it, including the Eagle Street City Cat stop, Roma and Central Train Stations, Busways and bike paths. This makes Emirates House a sought-after spot for a host of events and business opportunities.
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the Emirates House, an office building with a prestigious address at 167 Eagle Street in the city’s Golden Triangle

Brisbane Square

Facing the Brisbane River is the 38-floor Brisbane Square rising at 151 metres. Lying in the heart of the city at the river end of Brisbane’s main shopping strip, the building enjoys the privilege of a prime gateway site with extensive river views. It is the largest commercial office building in Australia to have received 5 stars of the Green Star Office Design rating. Projected by the international architects Denton Corker Marshall, the design features a variable air volume (VAV) system employing a central HVAC plant and two plant rooms with air handling units on each floor. With dynamic lines, eye-popping coloured forms, and shimmering skins of sun-screening, Brisbane Square is a unique example of the standard commercial high-rise type. The ABN AMRO-owned skyscraper’s main purpose is for office use with major tenants including the Brisbane City Council. Brisbane Square Library and Suncorp. The surrounding area contains several landmarks, including the court’s precinct to the west of the site and the Parliament and Botanic Gardens on the north.
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Lying in the heart of the city at the river end of Brisbane’s main shopping strip

Central Plaza

Proudly sitting at the corner of Queen and Creek Streets, the Central Plaza appeals to observers with its impressive 40 floors and the sweeping structure which transforms as it ascends. With column-free floor plates and a central-core configuration, the high-rise delivers expansive views of the bustling CBD, Brisbane River and Story Bridge, which are enhanced with ample source of natural light. Each element of its design is under the profound influence of its architect – Dr Kisho Kurokawa, which is applied in even the smallest detail as the numbering of floors, or the secret rotating roof. Thanks to its prime location, the Central Plaza is surrounded by major financial institutions and the stock exchange. Notable landmarks such as the hub of Queen St Mall and Post Office Square and a number of Brisbane’s most renowned hotels including the Hilton, Stamford and Sheraton are also a short walk away. Visitors may find little difficulty in accessing the site, since it is conveniently linked to public transport facilities, Brisbane airport and provides cyclist-friendly parking solutions.

Riparian Plaza

Situated at the epicentre of Brisbane’s Central Business District, Riparian Plaza offers twenty-five floors of exceptional office space. Each floor provides 360-degree skyline views over Brisbane and south-east Queensland, which is further elevated by the light-penetration through floor to ceiling windows. This allows tenants to enjoy the flattering freedom of an open working environment with flexible fit-out options for external and internal offices. The building delivers one of the most advanced column-free office spaces in the city with equal floor plate size and configuration rarely found in a CBD office premise. The prestigious riverside location promotes a vibrant public area with an open plaza, spacious promenade, restaurants and easy access to transport, which ensures convenience for all office tenants. The building also gains a reputation for its award-winning management team that is wholly committed to delivering outstanding service to the tenant community. With excellent services, cutting-edge facilities and generous offers of amenities, the iconic building promises tenants business success in every way.
About Author

Real Estate Investor, OSDORO
Bachelor of Applied Finance and Bachelor of Laws, Sydney, Australia. 
David has been in real estate business since 2002 and has a passion for South East Asian cross border cooperation.

As an entrepreneur, David has won multiple tech industry awards, including 2019 for Best AI Startup GITEX awards, 2019 Best AI Technology Accathon Capital USA and recipient of the Wharton Innovation Fund Grant. His last startup, Woveon, was a New York VC backed AI enterprise business intelligence company that worked on customer data stitching and analytics of billions of conversations.

David is also the recipient of state and national Australia technology prizes including the PWC Innovation Award and Intel Enterprise Technology awards.