BAC opens new business address Five Lobelia Circle
Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) CEO and Managing Director, Julieanne Alroe has today officially opened Five Lobelia Circle, the first office building at the International Terminal precinct.
The five level A-grade quality commercial building was designed by leading Brisbane architectural firm Cottee Parker and built by Matrix.
“Five Lobelia Circle is an outstanding example of Brisbane Airport’s ability to deliver, high-quality commercial developments at Brisbane Airport,” Ms Alroe said.
“The new building is in line with our vision for the precinct to be a vibrant centre for commerce and recreation; a key employment hub and contributor to the economic growth of Brisbane and Queensland,” she said.
The Australian Federal Police (AFP) has pre-leased 60 per cent of the five level building, with the remaining two upper floors available for lease.
BNE Property General Manager, Renaye Peters said as well as the high-quality features and design, the building’s address is what sets it apart from other commercial developments.
“Five Lobelia Circle’s unique location offers businesses unparalleled connectivity to the terminals and to the city through a seamless multi-modal transport network,” she said.
Five Lobelia Circle is also ideally located to take advantage of Brisbane Airport’s retail and lifestyle hub Airport Village.
Features include a smart metering system to separately meter tenant’s lighting, power and water consumption, as well as secure storage for 48 bicycles and shower and change facilities.
“Brisbane Airport property presents a unique investment opportunity because of its connectivity to the city, the state and internationally, and is already home to over 420 businesses and 20,000 workers,” Ms Peters said.
“Five Lobelia Circle is truly a great addition to BNE Property portfolio which we have plans to continue to expand in the coming period.”