MacArthur Central Secures Big Tenants


MacArthur Central Shopping Centre has secured three new tenants in the redevelopment of MacArthur Central’s Edward and Queen Street frontage with the announcement that works have commenced.

Hugo Boss, Hardy Brothers and National Australia bank were secured by Precision Group with rents in the precinct ranging from a reported $5000 to $6000sqm, according to The Australian Financial Review. 

The redevelopment includes the relocation and expansion of Australia’s premium jewellery house, Hardy Brothers, from Queen Street which opened its doors on Saturday April 8, as well as the opening of Hugo Boss in June - representing Hugo Boss’ new Brisbane flagship boutique.

The TAG Heuer boutique and Queensland’s largest Apple store are housed in the heritage MacArthur Chambers building.

Fashion retailer Hugo Boss will soon open a 200 sqm shop on a reported eight-year term and National Australia Bank which took a 300 sqm lease over 8 floors, understood to be for 12 years.

Neil Perry’s Burger Project will be opening at Precision Group’s office tower at 144 Edward Street in June 2017.

The Burger Project is likely to take up 500 sq m of space and be stationed there for 10 years.

Brisbane City Council is undergoing an $11.8m beautification project with trees and improved lighting as well as enhanced boulevard pavements.

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