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  • Multinational law firm Clifford Chance latest big name to join Brookfield Place Sydney
  • 8-year lease term commencing in August 2022
  • 8% of office space is remaining for prospective tenants

With the Brookfield Place project practically completed, multinational law firm, Clifford Chance has recently secured all of level 24 and part of level 23 within Brookfield Place’s main office tower – joining other big names like NAB, Allianz and Moelis Australia.

The law firm is relocating from its current premises at 1 O’Connell Street, and will occupy the new office space on an 8-year lease term commencing in August 2022.

“We are delighted to move into such a high quality space which will provide a state-of-the-art working environment for our growing team and proximity to our clients,” said Clifford Chance Managing Partner Australia, Richard Gordon.

“It has been great collaborating with Brookfield Properties and we simply cannot
wait to move in.”

Carl Schibrowski, Executive Vice President & Co-Head of Brookfield Properties expressed his excitement at attracting such a “high calibre of tenants”.

“We have a strong global relationship with Clifford Chance and look forward to welcoming them to the precinct.”

“We have now leased over 92% of the office space and we are in discussions with a number of tenants on the 8% of space remaining, which is a terrific result for our investors,” Mr Schibrowski continued.

“The continued success of our leasing programs right across the nation suggests big business continues to invest with confidence, despite the impacts of COVID-19.”

Carl Schibrowski, Executive Vice President & Co-Head of Brookfield Properties

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