James Street has evolved into arguably Australia’s most successful retail High Street. With virtually zero vacancy, the precinct is constantly in demand by leading fashion, jewellery and cosmetic brands. 15-19 James Street has been the long-term home for Lululemon, it was their first Flagship in Queensland (they are relocating on the Street). This tenancy sits amongst many dynamic retailers including … Read More
Join the ever growing mix of fashion retailers, restaurant operators and showrooms in the James Street fashion & lifestyle precinct; David Jones, Pottery Barn, Wet Elm, Samantha Ogilvie, St. Agni, Aje, Jardan Furniture, Harveys Bistro, Mecca Cosmetica, Endota Spa, Zimmerman, Akira Isogawa, Camilla and many more.
The St Leger Stand is historic component of Eagle Farm Racecourse and an integral part of the $1.5B master planned redevelopment by Brisbane Racing Club. The available retail food and beverage tenancies sit within the ground floor of the heritage grand stand, facing the courtyrad and entry to the racecourse.
18 Wandoo Street is a high visibility showroom retail tenancy, located directly opposite the James Street Market. The street has been a long term home for some of Fortitude Valley’s best retail offerings. These include; Cotswold InOut Furniture, Togninis, Pottery Barn, West Elm, Bellissimo Coffee, City Winery Brisbane, and the recently completed The Calile Hotel & Ada Lane.
262 Adelaide Street is a six-storey heritage building in the heart of the Brisbane CBD. Historically known as the headquarters for QLD LAW GROUP the new owners have transitioned this space into beautiful retail shops with architecturally designed offices on the upper levels.This retail is now completely refurbished and ready for occupation.
Fish Lane is centrally located in Brisbane’s Art & Cultural Precinct, hosting an eclectic mix of street art, cultural influences and established food & beverage operators. Adjacent to Brisbane’s largest performance theartre QPAC, as well as GOMA, Queensland Museum and the Southbank Parklands. Fish Lane represents arguably the best food & beverage locations in South Brisbane, with current operators including; … Read More
Designed by Richards and Spence, The Calile Hotel is one of Brisbane’s most enduring, iconic hotel and retail development. Ground floor boutiques and eateries give way to a podium level, designed to be a raised urban landscape – complete with pool, poolside cabanas, restaurant, function room, day spa and fitness centre.