Valley and attractive option

Written on the 13 July 2009

PROPERTY agent DTZ has seen strong commercial interest on Brunswick Street in Fortitude Valley, with a number of recent lease deals including Gallery De Pasquale (GDP), Green Leaf Engineers and Qscan services.

GDP is the result of a recent merger between The Gallery Group and De Pasquale Advertising and has moved into a 500sqm space on 100 Brunswick Street for $430 gross per square metre.

GDP managing director Remy Brassac, says it is important for small to medium-sized business to make every square metre of floor space count.

“Our new office marks the start of an exciting era following the merger of two of Brisbane’s most edgy and progressive agencies, which collectively have decades of experience in the advertising industry,” says Brassac.

“Our stylish new premises now accommodate 50 staff and reflect the forward-thinking and creative brand personality of our newly merged agency,” he says.

DTZ office leasing director Scott Taylor, says the revitalisation of Fortitude Valley continues to offer a range of attractive commercial options for high quality tenants looking for centrally-located, flexible and dynamic office environments.

DTZ also struck deals in the four-storey office development Icon Centre with Green Leaf Engineers and Qscan services.


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