480 Queen Street has set a new standard in Australian office development. Jointly owned by Dexus property group and Dexus Wholesale Property Fund, the 34 story office building spans across 56, 000 square metres of premium office space situated in Brisbane Golden triangle business district.
480 Queen Street offers exceptional amenities including a vibrant food and beverage precinct, a spectacular rooftop entertaining area, and Hobbs Park – Australia’s first in-building parkland. A giant, 350 square metre glass tile rainforest mural by acclaimed Queensland-born artist Danie Mellor provides a striking backdrop to the journey up to Hobbs Park. The 1,400 square metre park aligns with the grounds of St John’s Cathedral on the opposite side of Adelaide Street, preserving views from the cathedral to the river, and is overlooked by a 100-seataAmphitheatre for tenants’ events.
Overlooking Hobbs Park is OTTO Brisbane, an Italian restaurant by Sydney restaurateur Fink Group, offering views of Customs House and the Brisbane River. With people at the heart of its design principles, and a focus on sustainability, public art and precinct activation, 480 Queen Street has attracted some of Australia’s most progressive organisations, earning the accolade of Brisbane’s ultimate business environment.
Tour the foyers, The Grove, level 32 and the parkland on level 4
Saturday Guided Tours
Times: Every 30mins
2017 AIA Queensland Architecture Awards - Beatrice Hutton Award for Commercial Architecture; 2017 AIA Queensland Architecture Awards - Sustainable Architecture; 2017 AIA Regional Architecure Awards - Commendation Commercial Architecture