Quadra Pacific begins $3 million-plus refurbishment of CBD tower

Quadra Pacific begins $3 million-plus refurbishment of CBD tower
Quadra Pacific begins $3 million-plus refurbishment of CBD tower

Work has begun on renovations to Brisbane's 133 Mary Street office tower to include a new forecourt, fittings and finishings and tenant facilities.

The first stage of works, shown this week, include 78 bike racks and 150 lockers, change rooms, bathrooms and showers and is designed by Heise Architecture. 

Work is slated to to kick off on the forecourt this year, which will feature glass, ceramic tiles, pressed metal features and batten cladding. 

Quadra Pacific property manager Michael Cartwright said the refurbishment, due to be completed by December 2016, would deliver a 16-storey, A-Grade office building with commercial and retail leasing space and a 4 star energy rating. 

“The refurbishment comes at a time when we’re looking to attract new tenants to complement the building’s existing mix of government and private-sector tenants, including TAFE Queensland and the Queensland Resources Council," he said

“The new facilities and upcoming refurbishment have already sparked new leasing agreements, with TAFE Queensland recently committing to 2500sqm of office space at 133 Mary Street.

“To deliver safe and spacious facilities, we created a separate and secure zone in a part of the building’s basement that once included five car parks. The stylish entry and sleek interiors ensure it’s comfortable and inviting."

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