‘Green’ city tower filling fast

RHIANNON HOYLE, REAL ESTATE EDITOR
March 06, 2007 01:15am

THE city centre of Adelaide is abuzz with new residents as more companies continue to move their operations into the recently completed $143 million City Central Tower 1 in Waymouth St.

Tenants, which include ANZ, the State Government, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, Lincoln Scott and the Australian Bureau of Statistics, began moving in last month.

Caversham investment, sales and leasing manager Ben Yates said all lessees would be in the 21-storey building – the biggest 5-Star Green Star certified project in Australia – by the end of this month.

Work on the retail areas of the complex are also expected by the end of the month.

“A range of businesses will be moving in, including Cafe Illy, Daily Bread and Sushi Train,” he said.

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