Hub Australia secures its first Brisbane co-working site

Hub Australia secures its first Brisbane co-working site
Hub Australia secures its first Brisbane co-working site

Hub Australia has announced it has secured its first site in Brisbane.

It is a 3,900 square metre space at 200 Adelaide Street which is part of the Anzac Square heritage complex.

Entering the Brisbane market for the first time, Hub Australia will take three levels at Charter Hall’s AnzacSquare building.

It comes with direct access to Central Station and a rooftop café. 

The new coworking space, opening in late 2018, follows recent announcements regarding new locations at 162 Collins Street, Melbourne (3,500sqm), 1 Nicholson Street, Melbourne (2,700sqm), and the opening last week of Hub Australia’s new Sydney space, some 4,800sqm located at 223 Liverpool Street. 

This will take Hub Australia’s national footprint to over 20,000sqm, said Hub Australia CEO and Founder, Brad Krauskopf.

Hub Australia secures its first Brisbane co-working site

Brad Krauskopf at 200 Adelaide St (pictured above).

John Preece, Chief Property Officer at Hub Australia, commented that while Brisbane is home to 11% of Australia’s citybased population, and 13% of the national CBD office stock, from a coworking perspective only 4% of the national footprint is located here.

"That tells us the market is completely under serviced from a capacity perspective, and there is definitely demand for high quality coworking spaces.”

 

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