200 Turbot Street set for $670 million redevelopment

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200 Turbot Street in close proximity to new Brisbane Live entertainment precinct
200 Turbot Street in close proximity to new Brisbane Live entertainment precinct

Two redevelopments worth almost $3 billion collectively and set to transform Brisbane city have reached significant milestones.

The Queensland Government has secured a conditional agreement with property group Mirvac for the proposed $670 million redevelopment of 200 Turbot Street.

The $2.1 billion Waterfront Brisbane development of the Eagle Street Pier and Waterfront Place precinct has also received development approval from Brisbane City Council.

Deputy Premier and Minister for State Development Steven Miles said plans for a proposed $670 million redevelopment of 200 Turbot Street in Brisbane’s CBD are one step closer.

“Queensland is getting on with our economic recovery by supporting job-generating projects,” Mr Miles said.

“Following a competitive bidding process, the Queensland Government is pleased to have secured a conditional agreement with property group Mirvac for the redevelopment of 200 Turbot Street.

“The major redevelopment is estimated to support about 360 jobs per year over a proposed three-year construction phase.

“Redevelopment of the site is conditional on Mirvac securing arrangements that will ensure the site becomes a vital part of Queensland’s commercial sector and stimulates construction activity.

Conceptual BrisbaneDevelopment.com massing of 200 Turbot Street
Conceptual BrisbaneDevelopment.com massing of 200 Turbot Street

Member for McConnell Grace Grace said both projects were a major win for Brisbane’s CBD.

“Thanks to our fantastic health response, Queensland has been able to get back on our feet quicker than other parts of the world,” Ms Grace said.

“Our message is clear; Brisbane is open for business and we welcome the investment.

“These projects, along with the Queens Wharf development will really change the face of Brisbane and bring many jobs to our city.

“This kid of investment is keeping Queenslanders in jobs and supporting our communities as we Unite and Recover for Queensland Jobs.”

Mirvac’s Chief Investment Officer, Brett Draffen said that the agreement enables Mirvac to develop a world-class workplace precinct that, along with its 80 Ann Street development for Suncorp will enhance the quality of the group’s office portfolio under a capital-efficient structure that minimises risk.

“200 Turbot offers the exciting potential to deliver a premium office development for Brisbane,” Mr Draffen said.

“We expect a building of this quality, in this unique CBD location, together with the opportunity for large floor plates, to attract a high calibre of tenants.

“The building will also benefit from significant government investment in local infrastructure including Cross River Rail, Brisbane Metro and Brisbane Live.

“We look forward to working with the Queensland Government, Brisbane City Council and our future occupants to co-create a next generation workplace that responds to the needs of a post-COVID-19 workforce and enhances the Brisbane CBD.”

The Deputy Premier said he was pleased Waterfront Brisbane has received development approval from Brisbane City Council.

“The Waterfront Brisbane development has the potential to create more than 1000 construction jobs over the next decade,” Mr Miles said.

“We’re backing infrastructure and businesses across the state to deliver an economic recovery for Queensland.

“The government has been working with Dexus and this is a major step, for a major project, potentially creating thousands of jobs and reinvigorating the key section of the city’s much-loved riverside.

“We’re delighted that Dexus remains committed to progressing this major project in what has been a difficult time for many businesses.”

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    Anthony

    I don’t want the old dental hospital lost. It’s a stunning building. One that should not be lost for a tower. At least keep the facade of it. It is a beautiful building inside as well.

    January 31, 2021

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      February 9, 2021

      I Believe the dental hospital is the site next door to this proposed one. The Google street view they placed in the middle of this article is at the wrong location.

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    David Walker

    Two years ago I returned to the UK. What a disastrous infrastructure there for a nation of 70 million people which can fit into Queensland six times. Your’e so lucky to be in QLD, and in a modern city and not in permanent lock down. It might not be perfect but you need to realise how good a city Brisbane really is.

    January 28, 2021

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    Blessing

    I wish Brisbane Live would start development already so it can be completed around the same time as cross river, Brisbane metro and Queens wharf projects.

    January 17, 2021

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    RR

    So, like… what actually is the proposed development?

    January 15, 2021

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