300 Queen Street Lobby & Basement Retail - Brisbane

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Renascent was engaged to deliver an extensive refurbishment of 300 Queen St, in the heart of Brisbane. The extensive refurbishment efforts encompassed structural alterations and the installation of a new, reoriented façade. Additionally, the redefinition of entry points aimed to restore the building's historical connection to Queen Street, aligning with its heritage. Notably, the relocation of Cezary Stulgi’s ‘Overseer’ sculpture to a prominent position overlooking Queen Street added a distinctive touch to the project's aesthetic and cultural significance.

On the Lower Ground level, this involved the demolition of the existing retail food court and subsequent refurbishment to a cold shell, preparing it for occupancy by an incoming gym tenant. Meanwhile, on the Ground Floor, demolition of the existing lobby and retail tenancies. This demolition aimed to facilitate the repositioning and reactivation of the lobby area, with a focus on reorienting the façade and building entry points. These adjustments were made to create a more spacious floor area, accommodating a business lounge and refined café.

The project was initiated to address various objectives aimed at enhancing the building's stature and functionality. This included the reactivation of the lobby and lower ground retail space, ultimately providing improved amenities for tenants.

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