AMP, Dexus secure another Quay Quarter tenant

The office will contain 90,000 square metres over 52 floors.

AMP and Dexus have secured another tenant for the Premium grade Quay Quarter Tower – bringing occupancy to 89 per cent.

Law firm Johnson Winter & Slattery has committed to 3500 square metres of the 52 level building, under construction at 50 Bridge Street, part of the $2.7 billion Quay Quarter Sydney project.

The deal comes 14 months since rival Corrs Chambers Westgarth leased 10,000 sqm.

In 2018, Deloitte announced it would occupy 32,000 sqm of the office.

AMP was the first to commit, six years ago, taking 35,000 sqm.

EQT Group is also leasing part of the 90,000 sqm building.

“We have grown rapidly to become one of Australia’s leading independent law firms in just 25 years,” JWS managing partner Jeremy Davis said.

“Our new space will support our continued growth and foster great connectivity between our clients and staff,” he added (story continues below).

The company is presently based in Sydney at 20 Bond St.

Demand for Premium grade product high: landlord

Due for completion next quarter, QQT will be jointly held by the Dexus Wholesale Property Fund and AMP Capital Wholesale Fund.

“This latest deal demonstrates there is still significant interest in premium office spaces,” AMP head of Real Estate, Kylie O’Connor, said.

“We are seeing quality office space is greatly sought after, as businesses prepare to welcome people back to the office,” she added.

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