Santos Place is a premium A Grade tower in the heart of Brisbane CBD within the legal district.
Designed by progressive eco architects Donovan Hill and opened in 2009, Santos Place is a shining example of contemporary green commercial office space. This 38 level tower boasts a 6 Star Green Star (as built), Australian Building Greenhouse Rating of 5 Stars, and 5 Star target NABERS energy rating.
Visually, the structure has a dozen different faces. Constructed from concrete that is 20% recycled and steel that is 90% recycled, energy efficiency measures include comprehensive sun shading, state of the art ventilation, solar panels that provide 90% of its electricity needs, and rooftop rainwater tanks.
The building boasts spectacular views from Brisbane River and Southbank up to Mount Coot-tha. The building has a direct link with the pedestrian and bicycle Kurilpa Bridge which extends over the Brisbane River to the Gallery of Modern Art and Southbank cultural precinct.
Building occupants include mining companies Santos, Aurecon and Kogas as well as Vincent’s Chartered Accountants and a multitude of legal professionals and legal chambers.
In-house amenities include an onsite restaurant and café and one of the largest bicycle parking facilities in Brisbane - accommodating 280 bicycle parking spaces along with 60 showers.
20 - 30 minutes by taxi from Brisbane Airport or 20 minutes via Air Train to Central station.
5-7 minute walk from Central Station.
2 minute walk from Eagle Street Pier.
5-7 minute walk from Central Station.
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Perfectly positioned in the North Quarter precinct, Santos Place is within walking distance to retail, parklands, and entertainment venues.
Tenants are only moments away from the Family Court, Supreme Court and Magistrates Court as well as the Convention Centre. There are also numerous banking facilities, restaurants and sporting venues nearby.
Located within a 5 minute walk to the Brisbane Transit Centre where there are regular bus and train services, there is also a Taxi behind the building at 40 Tank Street, this building offers excellent transport connections.
Servcorp offices are located on level 27 of Santos Place.
Level 27 features floral themed works of art by renowned artist Evan Mackley. Born in Victoria in 1940, Evan Mackley worked as a dealer in antiques and art, and as a restaurateur before turning to full time oil painting. Mackley established his naïve-impressionist style in 1966 and paints subjects such as flowers, animals, sporting events and landscapes. The rich multi-coloured oil paintings bring a lively ambiance to the floor.