Hawaiian is pleased to announce that international gold producer Gold Fields has signed a decade-long lease at 235 St Georges Terrace in the city’s largest leasing deal of 2020.
Gold Fields will take up 3,623 sqm in the nine-level west end building, jointly owned by Hawaiian and Brookfield Properties, from April 2021.
Hawaiian General Manager Office Buildings Richard Kilbane said he was delighted to be able to share the precinct’s sophisticated facilities with another new tenant and the deal reflected growing confidence in the Perth office market.
“Gold Fields will join current tenants Hawaiian, Tetra Tech Companies, Gallagher, Wilson Group, Intertek, CCIWA and KPMG at the award-winning, A-grade commercial building in the heart of the CBD,” he said.
“It is pleasing to see another major company move into the Terrace at an iconic destination.”
235 St Georges Terrace is located at the western end of Perth's CBD, providing tenants with easy transport connections and convenient amenities.
A stunning example of modern architecture and sustainable planning, the state-of-the-art building is surrounded by Perth's Bishops See heritage precinct.