400 George Street

400 George is a 5 Star Green Star office building in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Construction began in 2006 and was completed in November 2009.

400 George Street
General information
Location400 George St
Brisbane, QLD, Australia
Coordinates27°28′7.26″S 153°1′15.78″E
Construction started2006
Opening9 December 2009
CostA$270 million
OwnerCromwell Property Group
ManagementKnight Frank
Roof150 m (490 ft)
Technical details
Floor count34
Floor area43,000 m2 (460,000 sq ft)
Design and construction
ArchitectCox Rayner Architects
DeveloperLeighton Properties
Main contractorThiess

The building was designed by architects Cox Rayner. The total cost of the building's construction is A$270 million and it provides 43 000 m2 of floor area.[1]

Alongside Santos Place and 275 George Street, 400 George forms part of the North Quarter Precinct in Brisbane's CBD. A major feature of this project will be its direct link with the Kurilpa Bridge which extends over the Brisbane River to the Gallery of Modern Art and South Bank cultural precinct. The skyscraper is also located on one of the busiest streets in the CBD, George Street, which forms a majority of the Government Precinct.

The building is near central transport links such as the Roma Street railway station as well as Brisbane's Busway with access at King George Square and Queen Street Mall. The building is also close to major shopping precincts such as Queen Street Mall, Wintergarden and Elizabeth Street all of which feature shopping, restaurants, bars, and nightclubs.


Office tenants in the building include Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, Barristers Chambers, Conrad Gargett Riddel Ancher Mortlock Woolley (Architects), Cooper Grace Ward Lawyers, Department of Environment and Heritage Protection (Queensland), Department of Justice and Attorney General, Department of Human Services, InterGen, Microsoft, Newcrest Mining Limited, NTI Limited, Smarter Kids, Queensland Reconstruction Authority and Telstra.

In April 2013 a 50% interest in the building was sold to Motor Accident Commission (MAC) for A$195,800,000.[2]

See also


  1. "400 George". Archived from the original on 6 February 2009. Retrieved 10 November 2009.
  2. "50% interest in 400 George Street sold for $195,800,000". Jones Lang LaSalle. 5 April 2013. Retrieved 15 May 2013.
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