This 5 star green rating building is the first major skyscraper to grace the City of Perth's skyline in over 20 years.
Located in the heart of the Perth CBD, Brookfield Place is one of Australia's most awarded commercial properties.
This premium A-Grade building incorporates world class facilities - including a unique front retail area of beautifully restored heritage buildings, with courtyards connecting lower levels into a series of alfresco spaces.
Architectural Awards include the 2014 Excellence Award for Design & Landscape Architecture from the Western Australian chapter of the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects.
The buzzing retail and food and beverage precinct is home to a number of bars, restaurants, cafes and high end retail shopping. In addition, end of trip facilities including 550 bike spaces.
The building boasts spectacular uninterrupted views across the Perth Swan River and city skyline.
Centrally located, Brookfield Place is a convenient 200m walk from the Perth Bus Port, Esplanade Train Station, Murray Street & Hay Street Mall.
It is also centrally located to the impressive newly developed Elizabeth Quay and a free CAT bus ride away from Kings Park.
Building occupants include BHP Billiton, PwC, Allianz, Barrick Gold and Navitas.
Local amenities in the building precinct include pharmacies, Good Life Health Club, early education/day care facilities, beauty salons, florists, as well as a number of high class retail stores.
15 minutes by taxi from the Perth International Airport.
5-7 minute walk from Perth train station.
10-14 minute walk or short taxi ride to High Street Wharf.
Free inner city buses. 5-7 minute walk from Perth bus port.
Brookfield Place is located in Perth’s central business district.
Centrally located on St Georges Terrace, tenants are only a moments’ walk to all commercial precincts and a free 2 minute bus ride to Law Courts.
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