Brisbane, 25 April 2016 – Boutique law firm Broadley Rees Hogan has seized an opportunity to upgrade its Brisbane headquarters, subleasing a whole floor in 111 Eagle Street.
The expanding firm has taken over a 950sqm tenancy previously occupied by Norton Rose Fullbright Lawyers under a seven-year sublease agreement.
CBRE Associate Director James Comino negotiated the deal, which delivers Broadly Rees Hogan a significantly improved business address in the heart of Brisbane’s ‘Golden Triangle’.
Established in 2002, the Brisbane based firm services a diverse range of local, national and international clients.
“The existing, high quality legal fitout was one of the key attractions as was the ability for Broadly Rees Hogan to secure the tenancy on a long tenure,” Mr Comino said.
“The deal delivers them space in a much higher quality building, providing enhanced amenity for staff in a sought after business location.”
Owned by The GPT Group, 111 Eagle Street is a premium office tower comprising approximately 64,000sqm of space over 54 levels. It has a 6 Star Green Star rating and includes high quality end of trip facilities with lockers, showers, change rooms and bicycle parking.
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