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Listed as one of Brisbane City Councils significant heritage buildings, built in 1889, 109 Edward Street is a unique and hidden gem nestled in the Midtown precinct of the CBD. The building consists of retail offerings within the basement and ground floor (including Dr Gimlet Cocktail bar on the Ground and Exhibition Restaurant in the basement), as well as 4 levels of boutique office accommodation. The property offers flexibility to design fit outs that will inspire business.

Take Advantage of a rare opportunity to occupy a boutique heritage office building – refurbished floor plates and full services upgrades, offering flexible solutions to meet varied business needs.

Remaining Vacancies

Level 2 (254sqm) - Refurbished tenancy ready for an incoming tenant to design a fully custom fitout.

Level 3 (501sqm) - Full floor with exposed brick archways and ample natural light. Custom fitout can be funded by the owner as part of the deal on offer.

The building is perfectly positioned in the Midtown precinct, well connected, surrounded by abundant retail, hospitality and wellness options. With a variety of precinct benefits – including easy access to the city botanic gardens, access to cycleways, Queen street mall, Eagle street pier, and the Wharves. The asset sits in close proximity to all the essential commuter services including ferry, trains and buses - and only meters away from the new Cross River Rail Albert street station.