Render of front facade at 62 Mary Street
A new nexus for Brisbane’s CBD

QICGRE has submitted plans to develop an integrated commercial tower, retail and civic space at 62 Mary Street in Brisbane’s thriving CBD.

The Development Application proposes a 35,000m2, 39-level commercial office building that will become an important connection point between Brisbane’s Queens Wharf entertainment precinct, the city’s proposed Albert Street Green Spine and Eagle Street dining zone.

Benefiting from outstanding accessibility by bus, ferry, train or bike, this mixed-use tower will create a strong pedestrian link, offering integrated retail and social space alongside sustainable workspace with conveniences such as end-of-trip and purpose-built corporate amenities. 

The proposed development creates significant scope for retail amenity, providing a range of food and beverage options that are currently unavailable within the location.

Key stats & figures
As at 30 June 2019.
Floor space
64
km
Retailers
242
Annual traffic
10.8
M
Main trade area population
160
K
Main trade area retail expenditure
$2
BN
Main trade area retail spend per capita
$12,144
Exclusive Environs
International Fusion
Knowledgeable Success
Books and Boots
Independence and Careers
Provincial Living
Affluent Acreage
Traditionally Grey
Distanced Existence
Distanced Existence
New Homes and Hopes
Regional ours
Middle Australia
Etely
Demographics
Watergardens main trade area is largely middle Australia. There are large pockets of New Homes and Hopes and internation infusion. The significant areas of New Homes and Hopes are typical for an area within a growth corridor.
New Homes and Hopes
49%
International Fusion
17%
Middle Australia
11%
Knowledgeable Success
11%
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