The State’s peak business group has moved into premium office building 235 St George’s Terrace in a show of confidence in Perth’s commercial office building market.
The Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCIWA) has signed a lease over 1400sqm in the newly fitted-out Level 5 tenancy in the prime building, jointly owned by Hawaiian and Brookfield Properties.
The move shifts CCIWA from 180 Hay street in East Perth into the heart of the Perth CBD and positions members in the business-end of town.
Hawaiian General Manager Office Buildings Richard Kilbane said it was pleasing to see the state’s key business group move to the Terrace – and into the heart of the Perth business community.
“The addition of CCIWA to the Terrace footprint demonstrates confidence in the CBD’s commercial offerings, including offering the optimal location for business-to-business and business-to-government negotiations and meetings,” Mr Kilbane said.
“The nine-storey building at 235 St George’s Terrace has undergone several upgrades to optimise building efficiency and tenant comfort and offers VIP concierge services, a new conference centre, end-of-trip facilities and views over the Swan River, Kings Park and Parliament House.
“The iconic CBD restaurant Lamonts Bishops House and the beautiful Bishops See Gardens round out the precinct’s sophisticated offerings.”
CCIWA will join current tenants Hawaiian, KPMG, Intertek, Wilson Parking, Coffey Services and Gallagher in the award-winning building.
The new fit-out on Level 5 includes expansive meeting areas for CCIWA members with sweeping views of the Swan River, the picturesque Bishops See Gardens and Lamont’s House. A custom-built media room and private meeting pods elevate the quality.
CCIWA’s 110 employees will enjoy state-of-the-art workstations, including special roof acoustics to absorb noise.
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