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BRISBANE, May 6, 2013 – Jones Lang LaSalle’s QLD Property and Asset Management team have been awarded their largest single appointment to date – the management of seven Brisbane CBD towers.
QIC has appointed Jones Jang LaSalle’s Property and Asset Management team to manage a portfolio of seven of their Brisbane CBD office towers – Mineral House at 41 George Street; Primary lndustries Building at 62-80 Ann Street; Education House at 54 Mary Street; 33 Charlotte Street; 111 George Street; 61 Mary Street and the David Longland Building at 63 George Street.
QIC recently purchased the portfolio, totalling 149,000 sqm NLA office space and 888 parking spaces, from the Queensland State Government in a sale and lease back arrangement.
This is the largest single appointment for the Queensland Property and Asset Management team, further strengthening the company’s leadership position in the sector in Queensland. The portfolio adds to the existing Property and Asset Management appointments with QIC, which include 141 Queen Street and 140 Elizabeth Street in Brisbane, and SAP House and 26 Narellan Street in Canberra.
The bid and win was led by Brett Stack (Head of Property and Asset Management, QLD), Wayne Strickland (Director, Engineering and Operations (Property and Asset Management, QLD) and Jacqui Kinloch (Director, Property and Asset Management, QLD). John McBeath will be the Portfolio Manager.
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