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CBRE Brisbane Office

Brisbane

Queensland

Brisbane, Toowoomba and surrounding areas

Commercial property sales & leasing Australia | CBRE Brisbane

Level 3, Waterfront Place
1 Eagle Street
Brisbane, QLD 4000
+61 7 3833 9833
+61 7 3833 9830

Our CBRE Brisbane office

We at CBRE Brisbane have been built on a strong foundation. With over 260 staff members and having traded in our local area since 1998, we have the expertise and resources to cater to our clients’ specific needs. Regardless of whether you’re an occupier or an investor, we have a full range of property services to assist in achieving your business objectives.

Sitting on Level 3 in Waterfront Place on Eagle Street we are in a heavily metropolitan area. We benefit from the presence of reputable restaurants and bars such as Eagle Street Pier that offers fine dining with views of the notable Story Bridge. CBRE Brisbane are fortunate to be situated adjacent to Brisbane River and in close proximity of both Queen Street Mall and Brisbane City Botanic Garden.

In our building we offer free parking for one hour in our underground parking lot. For anyone needing longer there is Wilsons Parking in the basement. For those taking public transport we are located approximately a ten minute walk from Adelaide Street train station, 200 metres from the nearest bus stop and a stone’s throw from Eagle Street Pier Ferry Terminal.

At Brisbane CBRE we pride ourselves on embodying a culture of collaboration on a daily basis to ensure our clients are serviced to the best of our ability. 

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Brisbane

Level 3, Waterfront Place
1 Eagle Street
Brisbane, QLD 4000
+61 7 3833 9833
+61 7 3833 9830

Latest Research and Reports

Sunshine Coast: Sun, surf and smart business

5 December, 2019
Recent population growth in the Sunshine Coast has resulted in an increase in its skilled workforce; consequently, local government has recognised the need to accommodate the growth in skill sets and facilitate the movement towards a diversified economy, transforming the Sunshine Coast into a key economic centre where new commerce complements established industries.
5 December, 2019

Australia Hotel Marketview Q3 2019

30 October, 2019
Annual RevPAR declined by 2.4% to $137 for the year ending September 2019. ADR declined 0.7% to $186 for the year ending September 2019. National occupancy declined by 1.7% to 73.8%
30 October, 2019

Australia Office MarketView Q3 2019

24 October, 2019
Sales volumes YTD are ~$18 billion across 155 transactions, a ~50% increase on the same period in 2018 ($12 billion). Cost of debt to investors has in many instances fallen to below 2.75% in part due to the three 25bps interest rate cuts. Top prime CBD performers were Perth and Brisbane, registering quarterly net effective rent (NER) growth of 3.4% and 1.4% respectively.
24 October, 2019

Australia Industrial MarketView Q3 2019

23 October, 2019
Industrial GVA was negative at Q2 2019 (-3.0% y-o-y), the lowest rate of growth since the GFC. Average industrial rents were relatively stable over the quarter in all markets except Perth. Super prime net face rents fell -0.8% q-o-q, with the 5.4% q-o-q decline in Perth dragging down the Australian average. Super prime yields remained flat in all markets except Adelaide, supported by the abolition of stamp duty and an influx of investors priced out of the Melbourne and Sydney markets.
23 October, 2019

Australia Retail MarketView Q3 2019

22 October, 2019
Retail sales grew by 2.5% y-o-y (3mma) in the year to August 2019. National retail rents remained broadly stable in Q3 2019. Whilst prime sites continue to experience strong demand, letting up periods in secondary locations have increased in comparison to 12 months previously. In October, consumer confidence dropped to 92.8 from 98.2 in September.
22 October, 2019

Contacts

Bruce Baker
Bruce Baker
Senior Managing Director, Queensland
Australia
+61 7 3833 9801