348 Edward Street is a quality A-grade building, featuring 15 levels with panoramic views over the Brisbane CBD and beyond. The side core design delivers excellent efficiency, with an average floor plate size of 880sqm.
More than you expected
Featuring a double height glass foyer with red cedar panels, revolving glass door and external glass elevators, and views out over the Brisbane CBD.
Typical floor plate of 880sqm
Views from every floor
Plush turn-key suites on the top floor
100 metres from Central Station
Adjoining King Edward Park
Prominent, commanding corner site
A-Grade quality features and design
131 car park bays, ratio of 1:88 per sqm/NLA
46 bike cage
100% back-up power for essential services only
CCTV monitoring throughout common areas
Floors secured by proximity access card
Since 2006, more than $7 million has been spent upgrading and refurbishing the building, including:
repositioning the ground floor lobby and retail offering
refurbishing lift car interiors, panelling, screens and digital displays
on-floor lift foyers, featuring stone floors, Tasmanian oak walls, tenant and floor signage
2 new cooling towers and brand new, energy efficient, chiller installed with 100% back-up support from secondary chiller means minimal risk of downtime for air conditioning services.
End of Trip
The end of trip facilities are currently undergoing a refurbishment, scheduled to be completed at the end of October 2017.
The upgraded, modern end-of-trip facilities will be easily accessed from the car park entry.
Bike repair station
The building is fitted with the following equipment designed to reduce, optimise and sustain energy consumption:
Variable speed drives installed on plant room motors which optimise power usage in response to actual building loads
Refurbished floors are fitted with T5 lighting with well-designed grid layout that results in excellent Tenancy Lighting Assessment rating
Low maintenance/high efficiency LED lighting in use in lift and lobby areas
Motion sensor controls on car park lighting and base building ensures lights are switched off when not required
Separately metered tenancy and base building services allows for monitoring of energy consumption and early detection of irregular spikes or excess usage.