Mirvac signs up two new tenants for CBD tower
A leading provider of audit, tax and consulting services has taken a full floor in a Mirvac Group-owned office tower in the Brisbane CBD.
RSM Australia has a seven-year lease on 659sq m at Mir-vac’s refurbished 16-storey tower at 340 Adelaide St.
RSM Brisbane’s managing partner Andy Graham said a key criteria for choosing the building was the column-free large floor plates, ample natural light and wellness facilities.
“By working with Mirvac we were able to create a functional, collaborative space for the team to enjoy informal gatherings,” he said.
Rubicon Red, a professional and managed services for Oracle Cloud Platform, has a three-year lease on 129sq m in the building.
Mirvac’s Head of Office and Industrial Campbell Hanan said they were welcome additions to 340 Adelaide St.
“The home to the Brisbane head office for Oracle, also known as Oracle House, the building has become a hub for leading technology and fin-tech businesses in the city.”
Following a building refurbishment in 2015 tenants at 340 Adelaide St now enjoy ac-cess to a range of on-site amenities, including a new end-of-trip facilities, bike storage and a wellness room which offers yoga and meditation classes throughout the week.
Mirvac acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the Traditional Owners of the lands and waters of Australia, and we offer our respect to their Elders past and present.
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