George Place, the prime office and retail precinct owned by ISPT Super Property, is now fully leased.
George Place underwent a major capital works program last year in a scheme designed by Fender Katsalidis. The outcome is spectacular and unites the ground floor levels of the three buildings. Coinciding with this redevelopment is the completion of the light rail corridor works between Martin Place and King Street, revealing another part of this much anticipated infrastructure project.
The striking new lobby at George Place offers state of the art meeting spaces, quiet zones, social hubs, plus new food and beverage offerings. A spectacular ceiling structure, natural materials and soft furnishings provide a welcoming and dynamic environment in the absolute heart of the CBD. The lobby also features original artworks by Papunya Tjupi Arts – an Aboriginal owned and directed community arts organisation based in the birthplace of the Western Desert dot-painting movement, Papunya, 250km North West of Alice Springs.
AustralianSuper has just leased 1,315sqm in 345 George Street while Australia’s leading event and exhibition organiser, Informa, has leased 851sqm of office space at 24 York Street. These two transactions were finalised by Cadigal Director, Shaun Keating.
These new tenants join TAL and Atlassian in the newly transformed George Place precinct.
We are delighted with our new space at 24 York Street, and to be joining the dynamic George Place community. As Australia’s leading event organiser, the move gives us the opportunity to nourish and further cultivate our company culture, so that we may continue to deliver best in class events and specialised training said Spiro Anemogiannis, Managing Director at Informa.
Cadigal and CBRE are proudly engaged as leasing agents for George Place on behalf of ISPT Super Property.