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Jubilee Place is designed to be an iconic asset for your business. It is specifically designed to enhance performance, maximise productivity, inspire your staff and be a competitive advantage in the crucial battle for attracting and retaining talent.

Jubilee Place is strategically located on the corner of St Paul’s Terrace and Symes Street in Fortitude Valley, at the gateway to one of Brisbane’s most vibrant commercial hubs, just 1.5 kilometres from the Brisbane CBD.

It is fitting that the 133-year-old completely restored and rejuvenated heritage listed Jubilee Hotel forms the visual foundation for the new Jubilee Place precinct, creating a seamless fusing of classic heritage hospitality leading to the bold new state-of-the-art technology workplace.

In excellent company

In recent years, there has been a significant migration of big business from the city centre to greener pastures on the city edges. With all the services you’d expect to find within the CBD, Fortitude Valley is rapidly transforming into a commercial hub, home to market leading blue-chip companies and sought-after by major corporates and innovative newcomers.

Located at the gateway to the thriving inner-city hub of Fortitude Valley, just 1.5km from the CBD, Jubilee Place is a welcome addition to the vibrant King Street precinct. The development is organically engineered to capture the soul of the area’s rich heritage and deliver an innovative workplace without boundaries.

The Valley’s village atmosphere fuses seamlessly with cutting edge workspaces, creating the perfect environment for modern businesses to succeed. Public transport and major road networks provide easy access and link Fortitude Valley to both the city and airport. Intuitive pedestrian links and cycle ways encourage alternative sustainable commuting and healthier lifestyles.

Amenity on your doorstep

Royal International Convention Centre

Artisan

Alexandria Park

The Valley Pool

The Lamb Shop

Sushi & Nori

Bowen Hills

King Street

King Street Bakery

Sushi & Nori

Royal International Convention Centre

The Jubilee Hotel

The Old Museum

Rydges Hotel

Interview with Watpac
Interview with Blight Rayner Architects
Interview with The Jubilee Hotel

Keep up to date with the latest Jubilee Place news

Architect
Blight Rayner Architects

Developer
JGL Properties

Construction Contractor
Watpac

Structural Engineer
Robert Bird Group

Anchor Tenants
Watpac and IWG

“Fortitude Valley’s appeal includes its proximity to key transport nodes, including the new Cross River Rail network and a multitude of retail and fitness amenities vital for today’s office worker. While we are proud of Jubilee Place, the jewel of this project is the re-development of the iconic Jubilee  Hotel that first opened its doors to the public in 1887, delivering an exciting and authentic retail ground plane for the building occupants.”

John Livingstone
Managing Director JGL Properties

“The building is architecturally striking with tremendously flexible floor plates; it works for our brand, our business and our people. It’s wonderful to be the builder of our new home.”

Jean-Pol Bouharmont
CEO Watpac

“As a premium A-grade, landmark building in Fortitude Valley, positioned amongst major tech and professional services businesses, the attraction of Jubilee Place for our Spaces brand was immediately obvious. The podium floors overlooking Jubilee plaza are ideal for Spaces to introduce flexible and collaborative workspaces enabling both tenants and surrounding corporates to flex and quickly satisfy the frequent spikes and subsequent reductions in head count space.”

Simon van Grootel
Director IWG Australian Development

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