Supporting Queensland commercial property
Proudly based in the lands of the Yugerra and Turrbal, Gubbi Gubbi and the Yugambeh people, JLL in an industry leader across the real estate market with over 50 years’ experience in Queensland. Our team spans across South East Queensland in Brisbane, Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast with more than 550 industry leading professionals that have the experience to assist in all asset classes, including Investments & Sales, Debt Advisory, Office Leasing, Logistics & Industrial, Property & Asset Management, Agribusiness, Hotels & Hospitality, Research, Strategy Consulting, Valuations and Project & Development Services.
We are here to help you achieve your property ambitions, whether its buying, selling, developing, occupying, investing or building. We understand how global trends impact local markets including themes around sustainability (ESG), technology, flexible space and demographics with how it affect your property portfolio. Talk to us today about how we can together shape the future of real estate for a better world.
JLL BrisbaneYuggera and Turrbal Country Level 39, Central Plaza, 345 Queen Street Brisbane QLD 4000 +61 7 3231 1311
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