Waterfront Place is an iconic building in Brisbane’s premier riverside business precinct. Home to some of Australia’s most influential private and government offices, Waterfront Place is arguably Brisbane’s most iconic and desirable business address.

With timeless architecture, luxurious finishes, commanding river frontage and strong commitment to service, Waterfront Place continues to dominate the corporate landscape.By redefining existing spaces within the community precincts and investing in key areas such as building services, technology and sustainability, Waterfront Place will remain a landmark building for years to come.



Waterfront Place has an ongoing commitment to environmental sustainability. Continual investment, together with stakeholder engagement, provides the platform for ongoing improvements in water and energy efficiencies. The building currently holds a 5-star NABERS Energy Rating and a 4-star NABERS Water Rating.

Learn more about our commitment sustainability at Waterfront Place.



Waterfront Place has supported the Brisbane arts community over many years with its hosting of various art shows and installations in its magnificent lobby, including the annual Tattersall’s prize art show.




Queensland was formally established as a self-governing colony of Britain separate from New South Wales.

1879 – 80

Brisbane’s Port Office in Edward St was erected, complete with wharves and slipway. The site now occupied by Waterfront Place was part of Brisbane’s original port.


Naldham House (now the Brisbane Polo Club) was built for the Australasian United Steam Navigation Company.


The site was in ownership of both the Queensland Government and the Inchcape Group of the UK.


F. A. Pidgeon and Son purchased the part of the site owned by the Inchcape Group with the intention of developing an office building in the future.


Folkestone Limited decided to join the project, in a joint venture with F. A. Pidgeon & Son. Obayashi Corporation of Japan was invited to become Project Head Contractor, Indosuez Australia was appointed to arrange finance and Cameron Chisholm & Nicol Architects were appointed to design the complex.


Construction commenced in September.


Construction was completed twenty seven months later on Christmas Eve 1989. In December AMP Society purchased the Waterfront Place complex from the Joint Venture partners.


Waterfront Place was officially opened on 15 February by the Honourable Wayne Goss, the then Premier of Queensland.


AMP Funds sold 20 percent of Waterfront Place to Ronin Property Group.


Stockland Group purchased 50 per cent share of the Waterfront Place office tower and 100 percent share of the adjoining retail complex, Eagle Street Pier. Westpac purchased the remaining half share of Waterfront Place, later selling it to Stockland’s unlisted property fund, Stockland Direct Office Trust No 1.


May 2011 – 50 percent of Waterfront Place was acquired by Future Fund. The property is now owned in joint venture with the Stockland Group.

July 2011 – CBRE appointed to manage Waterfront Place


Dexus announces acquisition of Waterfront Place in October 2015


Dexus Property Group is one of Australia’s leading real estate groups, investing directly in high quality Australian office and industrial properties.



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