Charter Hall’s $450 million 60 King William Street development in Adelaide’s CBD is officially underway, with Senator for South Australia and Federal Finance Minister Simon Birmingham, the Federal Minister for Government Services Stuart Robert, the Premier of South Australia Steven Marshall, Charter Hall Office CEO Carmel Hourigan and Built Managing Director and CEO Brett Mason in attendance at the official project launch on Monday 1 March, at Imperial Place, Adelaide.
Following the successful delivery of the GPO Exchange, RCP has been further engaged by Charter Hall to provide full project management and specialist programming services for the 60 King William St development, which is South Australia’s largest commercial real estate project. RCP is overseeing the consultant procurement, design, contractor tender and award, full tenant integration and project construction phases of this major development.
Designed by Cox Architecture, the 15 storey, PCA A-grade development will comprise approximately 40,000sqm of office space and 3,600sqm of retail space for 3,500 commercial and retail workers.
The development boasts a retail, food and lifestyle precinct inclusive of cafes, restaurants, a supermarket and barista bar, as well as a centralised business hub and allied health and wellness facilities including a wellness centre and exercise space. Tenants will enjoy South Australia’s first sky lobby and exclusive roof top terrace as well as the CBD’s largest hotel-style end of trip facilities including private showers, grooming stations, bike storage spaces and touchless amenities.
The development will also boast world leading sustainability credentials including a 6 Star Green Star, 5 Star NABERS Energy, 6 Star NABERS Waste rating and Gold Well certification.