“Vault Games has found itself a one-a-kind new home in a prime location,” Mr Brimson said.
“62 Queen Street is a distinctive, heritage building in Australia’s busiest pedestrian mall, while Burnett Lane is home to some of Brisbane’s trendiest restaurants and bars.
“Vault Games was located in another lower ground floor space, at 123 Charlotte Street, and the ‘underground’ nature of 62 Queen Street was a perfect fit.”
Vault Games’ property consultant, Kyle Swain of LPC Cresa, represented the tenant in the lease negotiations.
“Gaming is a category that has become increasingly popular in the past two to three years, and Vault Games required a larger footprint to maximise its business,” Mr Swain said.
“Its new location was of particular interest due to Charter Hall’s plans to develop 60 Queen Street and the adjoining buildings on George Street, which will provide ground and podium-level retail, and a significant upgrade to Burnett Lane where there is rear access to Vault Games.
“While it will take a couple of years to deliver, that re-development will vastly improve the entry into Queen Street from the top end, and greatly benefit our client during the lease term.”
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