235 St Georges Terrace Welcomes New Tenant Gold Fields

Brookfield Properties and Hawaiian have recently secured Perth CBD’s largest new leasing deal for 2020 at 235 St Georges Terrace, with international gold producer Gold Fields the latest tenant to sign a long-term lease at the property.

Gold Fields will call 235 St Georges Terrace home for at least the next 10 years until 2031, with the company planning to make the move to the CBD in April 2021.

The lease incorporates 3,623 square metres and is the largest new leasing deal completed in the Perth CBD this year.

Brookfield Properties Head of Leasing Marcus Wraight said the Gold Fields lease reflected the growing confidence in the Perth office market.

“The market for A-grade and premium office space has tightened markedly in the last six to 12 months, despite the challenges of COVID-19,” he said.

“We are delighted to welcome Gold Fields to one of the city’s best office spaces.

“We are pleased with our leasing successes at 235 St Georges Terrace and believe our ability to deliver high quality office space which maximise tenant comfort and experience is a key reason for the strong demand we are experiencing, despite softer market conditions.”

Hawaiian General Manager Office Buildings Richard Kilbane said he was delighted to be able to share the precinct’s sophisticated facilities with another new tenant.

“Gold Fields will join current tenants Hawaiian, Tetra Tech Companies, Gallagher, Wilson Group, Intertek, CCIWA and KPMG at an award-winning A-grade commercial building in the heart of the CBD,” he said.

“It is pleasing to see another major company move into the Terrace in an iconic destination.”

A stunning example of modern architecture and sustainable planning, the state-of-the-art building is surrounded by Perth’s Bishops See heritage precinct.

We look forward to welcomeing Gold Fields to the building in April 2021.