Riparian Plaza, Brisbane

71 Eagle Street, Brisbane, Australia
Level 36, Riparian Plaza

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About Level 36, Riparian Plaza

Ideally located in Brisbane's financial district, with an inspiring riverside location, Riparian Plaza features a stunning fit-out with views to match - guaranteed to impress!

Designed by renowned architect Harry Seidler, this 53- storey multi award-winning building is Brisbane’s most prestigious skyscraper.  Awards include: Overall Winner of the Rider Levett Bucknall / Property Council of Australia Award (2008), Winner of the Property Council of Australia Award for Mixed Use Development (2008), and RAIA National Award for Commercial Architecture (2007).

This architectural landmark was completed in 2005, and was Brisbane’s first mixed-use elite high-rise development - consisting of office space, retail, accommodation, apartments and car parking.  

Standing at an impressive 250 meters, Riparian Plaza’s diamond shape with both rounded corners and indented corners exude luxury; complimented by the polished granite that forms the tower's ground level.

The complex consists of 11 floors of car parking with 213 spaces accessible by an innovative double helix spiral ramp 10 metres above the mail lobby. There is also a magnificent 2 storey circular Plantroom structure.

The building’s 45 degree orientation to the waterfront takes full advantage of views from all spaces, and offers unparalleled views of the Brisbane River with its iconic Story Bridge and city skyline.

It's also central to Brisbane's shopping, restaurants and cultural precincts and the finest waterside dining with award winning restaurants including Kingsley Steak, Madame Wu and Aria.

Building occupants include Clayton Utz, KPMG, along with many other impressive law firms and financial advisers.

A recreation space is on level 39 with spa, sauna, steam room, gym and BBQ area, complete with a second Plantroom above.

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Airport

20 - 30 minutes by taxi from Brisbane Airport or 20 minutes via Air Train to Central station.

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Train

5-7 minute walk from Central Station.

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Ferry

2 minute walk from Eagle Street Pier.

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Bus

5-7 minute walk from Central Station.

About the area

Riparian Plaza is located in Brisbane's financial district.  Tenants are only a short stroll to Brisbane's shopping and lifestyle precinct, Queen Street Mall.

Also just moments away are the City Botanical Gardens which is bordered by the Brisbane River, Parliament House and QUT's Garden Point campus. The location offers various multiple modes of public transport within close walking distance.

Within 5 minutes walking distance:

  • Major attractions including; City Botanical Gardens, Brisbane River, Parliament House and QUT's Garden Point campus
  • Brisbane's shopping and lifestyle precinct, Queen Street Mall
  • Finest waterside dining with award winning restaurants including Kingsley Steak, Madame Wu and Aria
  • Major Banks – NAB, Commonwealth, CUA, BOQ, Westpac, Citibank, Bank of China
  • Gyms
  • Post office, pharmacies and newsagents
  • Premium hotels and serviced apartments

Building and surrounds

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