According to The Australian Financial Review, the country's biggest office landlord, ASX-listed Dexus, is forging into the post-pandemic office market, lodging plans for a $2.1 billion twin-tower project on the Brisbane riverfront.
The proposed transformation of the Eagle Street Pier and Waterfront Place has been long awaited, as Dexus honed plans for two towers of 49 and 43 floors along with riverfront dining, retail outlets and public plazas.
The two towers will deliver a combined 120,000 square metres of office space. Another key feature will be the widened and upgraded Riverwalk for pedestrians and cyclists.
"The project's scale and central riverfront location will firmly establish Waterfront Brisbane as a world-class destination and is set to reshape the daily experience of the many people who visit and work there," said Dexus chief investment officer Ross Du Vernet.
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