Cbus Property has appointed Multiplex to deliver a $300 million commercial office development at 83 Pirie Street in Adelaide’s CBD.
Designed by architects Woods Bagot, the 21-storey development will offer more than 30,000 square metres of commercial office space with flexible floor plates of 1750 square metres. On-site car parking across three levels will accommodate around 110 cars.
The development will also include a lobby with access to surrounding cafes and retail, a 450-square-metre multi-purpose wellness centre and end-of-trip facilities.
The design also features a rooftop terrace with panoramic city views.
“We are thrilled to be appointed by Cbus Property to this premium commercial office project,” Multiplex Victoria and South Australia Regional Managing Director Graham Cottam said.
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“83 Pirie adds to our long-standing presence in South Australia, having delivered $500 million worth of projects in the region over the past 30 years and developed long-standing relationships with the community and local supply chain.
“Adelaide continues to be a critical market for us and we are pleased to have invested in significant resources on the ground to deliver this project.”
Cbus Property’s Chief Executive Officer, Adrian Pozzo, said that 83 Pirie, which is anticipated to serve as the new offices of approximately 3000 city workers, would bolster the company’s diverse investment portfolio, which is currently more than 40 per cent occupied by long-term government tenants.
“We would like to thank the State Government for its endorsement of the development as the anchor tenant,” Pozzo said.
“Responding to a future Adelaide workforce with a focus on sustainability, wellness, connection to the public community, nature and productivity, 83 Pirie is an incredibly exciting project that will optimise the site’s potential and create a new landmark for the city, as well as reinvigorate the city’s office precinct.”
The building is targeting a 5.5-star NABERS Energy and 4 star NABERS Water ratings, as well as a 6 Star Green Star Base Building rating. The design is aiming to achieve Gold WELL certification.
It will include electric car charging stations, natural light from the building’s three street frontages, and drought-resistant landscaping on the rooftop terrace.