150 Charlotte Street Brisbane, QLD

The property at 150 Charlotte St, Brisbane, QLD is an A-grade property that is located in the heart of the Brisbane CBD adjacent to the ʹGolden Triangleʹ and sits in close proximity to major bus, ferry and train networks and the Queen Street Mall shopping precinct. The property benefits from three levels of basement parking providing 110 car parking bays.

The property underwent an extensive $21 million refurbishment in 2012 with all bathrooms upgraded, the ground floor foyer refurbished with meeting rooms and a café, lift modernisation, construction of end of trip facilities, installation of new air handling units and chillers and a building management system.

Key features (as at 31 December 2020)

Ownership Interest 100% freehold
Location Brisbane, QLD
Building type A grade – office
Net Lettable area (sqm) 11,081
NABERS Energy rating
NABERS Water rating
Major tenant Boeing Defence Australia
Occupancy (by NLA) 97.8%
WALE by Gross Property Income 3.6 years
Important information

The Fund is issued by Australian Unity Investment Real Estate Limited (AUIREL) which is owned by Australian Unity Keppel Capital Pty Ltd ABN 67 637 410 505, a joint venture company owned equally by subsidiaries of Australian Unity Limited ABN 23 087 648 888 and Keppel Capital Holdings Pte Ltd CRN 201302079N, the asset management arm of Singapore based Keppel Corporation Limited CRN 196800351N. The information on this website is general information only and is not based on the financial objectives, situations or needs of any particular investor. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.

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