Browns English Language School has expanded their campus across two different locations in Brisbane CBD, taking their overall office occupancy to 2,692sqm.
They have signed a five year lease plus options for 1,869sqm on levels one and four at 102 Adelaide Street. In addition to this they also occupy 823sqm in 295 Ann Street.
“Browns is one of the world’s leading English language schools, with campuses in Brisbane and on the Gold Coast,” said Roland Dean of Colliers International who negotiated the lease.
“They were expanding and decided to take up additional space within 102 Adelaide building due to its fantastic location. It is positioned in the transport hub alongside King George Square, and is within close proximity to all forms of public transport and the Queen Street Mall.”
According to Mr Dean, education is a very active sector at the moment, with a number of groups expanding into Brisbane CBD in the last few months.
“Recent deals include AIM taking up space within 295 Ann Street, Central Queensland University taking up additional space in 160 Ann Street, and Federation University moving into 333 Ann Street.
“The low Australian dollar, Brisbane’s lifestyle, climate and affordability is attractive to a lot of international students and this is just some of the reasons why our city is becoming a thriving hub for the educators.