Adelaide CBD’s $300 million office space. Image: Multiplex
  • A $300 million office space is to be added to Adelaide's CBD
  • It was announced today that Cbus Property has appointed Multiplex to deliver the project
  • The completion date has been estimated as late 2022

Progress is being made in plans for Cbus Property’s $300 million office development in Adelaide’s CBD.  It was announced today that construction Company Multiplex has been appointed to deliver the project at 83 Pirie Street.

The 21-level building, designed by architects from Woods Bagot, will offer over 330,000 square metres of commercial office space. On-site parking will be available accommodating around 110 cars.

Features of the tower will include a wellness centre, able to offer yoga, fitness services, conferences and events. A rooftop terrace with panoramic views of the city will allow tenants access to fresh air and outdoor collaborative space.

“We would like to thank the State Government for its endorsement of the development as the anchor tenant. Responding to a future Adelaide workforce with a focus on sustainability, wellness, connection to the public community, nature and productivity, 83 Pirie is an incredibly exciting project that will optimise the site’s potential and create a new landmark for the city, as well as reinvigorate the city’s office precinct.”

Cbus Property’s Chief Executive Officer, Adrian Pozzo

With a focus on sustainability, the project is aiming for a 5.5 star in NABERS Energy and 4-star NABERS Water rating.

“We are thrilled to be appointed by Cbus Property to this premium commercial office project. Adelaide continues to be a critical market for us and we are pleased to have invested in
significant resources on the ground to deliver this project.”

Graham Cottam, Regional Managing Director of Multiplex Victoria and South Australia

“83 Pirie adds to our long-standing presence in South Australia, having delivered $500
million worth of projects in the region over the past 30 years and developed long-standing relationships with the community and local supply chain.”

Construction for the project has already commenced with late 2022 marked for completion.

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