Brisbane CBD centre gets luxury makeover

MacArthur Central Edward Street RedevelopmentProperty investor, Precision Group, has begun a major redevelopment of MacArthus Central Shopping Centre in Brisbane’s CBD.

The redevelopment includes the relocation and expansion of jewellery house, Hardy Brothers, from Queen Street which opened last week, as well as the upcoming addition of international fashion retailer Hugo Boss, set to open in June.

The luxury brands are bookended by Brisbane’s flagship TAG Heuer boutique and Queensland’s largest Apple store, housed in the restored heritage MacArthur Chambers building.

Neil Perry’s Burger Project will be opening at Precision Group’s office tower, which also recently underwent extensive refurbishment.

Part of a precinct wide approach to the Edward Street frontage, Brisbane City Council is undergoing an $11.8m beautification project with the addition of sub – tropical, mature trees and improved lighting as well as enhanced boulevard pavements.

In the upcoming months, MacArthur Central’s Queen Street frontage is also receiving a major upgrade, with the National Australia Bank opening its flagship Brisbane retail branch and occupying 8 floors in the office tower above.

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