Make your mark on George Street

Welcome to 388 George Street, the super-connected office tower that puts your business at the heart of the Sydney CBD, on the doorstep of the city’s best retailers and with access to outstanding transport connections.

Brookfield Properties and Oxford Investa Property Partners are pleased to present this rare opportunity to claim a highly visible landmark address, famous for linking people to where they need to be.

This is your opportunity to position your business in a highly visible, collaborative, productive, efficient and future-ready workspace at a time when George Street is undergoing one of the biggest transformations the city has ever seen.

388 George Street has been taken to the next level through an all of building refurbishment that includes activated atriums to enhance connectivity, new ceilings, carpets, bathrooms, lift floor lobbies, new chillers, and on-floor amenities to enable highly productive 1:10 workspace densities.

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PREMIUM LOCATION

388 George Street sits on one of Sydney’s busiest intersections at the centre of the George Street transformation project, providing outstanding transport options and easy access to some of the world’s best-known luxury brands.

Amenity and wellbeing

State-of-the-art end-of-trip facilities prioritise user experience and are located on Level One instead of in the basement, with a dedicated lift providing exclusive, direct connectivity from basement level cycle parking. A range of convenient services for tenants are on offer including luxury towels, ironing and grooming stations and parking for 366 bikes.

Commercial and retail spaces available

This is an opportunity to join Locali by Romeo’s and Bally, and position your business in one of the city’s most prestigious buildings in the heart of the financial, legal and technology precinct. surrounded by blue-chip companies.

The Building

A modern, A-Grade office tower providing up to approximately 38,000 sqm of contiguous office space.

The location

Place your business at the beating heart of Sydney, where the city intersects.