We are proud to announce that APP has been appointed by AMP Capital to manage the new development upgrades to the Coronation Drive Office Park (CDOP) precinct, located in Brisbane’s riverside suburb of Milton.
The CDOP precinct, which is home to APP’s QLD office, will soon welcome two significant attractions with the construction of an End of Trip Facility (EOTF) and external amenity upgrade, referred to as “The Link”.
The upgrades will transform the CDOP into an integrated and energised urban community, set to change the way staff commute and interact within the precinct.
The EOTF will be built above an existing car park and will provide state-of-the-art facilities including bike racks, showers and amenities, cafés and a bicycle maintenance centre, complementing the precinct’s close proximity to the Bicentennial Bikeway
AMP have commissioned Tasmanian artist Trick Walsh to undertake design of the ceiling artwork which will form the centre piece of the EOTF along with bespoke bike racks, all visible through a glass facade. The building’s lobby will also undergo a facelift.
The Link will provide a dynamic, vibrant outdoor space under the canopy of large fig trees and is designed to flow through the CDOP, transforming the experience of its occupants. This space will house a local coffee shop known as“The Bunker”, a table tennis facility, and a restroom. The Link will also incorporate a number of different seating options offering wifi access, powerpoints and USB charging ports, providing tenants with the option for outdoor meetings.
Surrounding The Link are architectural wonders and displays of art with wellness promoted and supported. At night the space will transform with a web of lights hanging overhead, and afterhours activation will occur during sporting events at the nearby Suncorp Stadium.
Construction has commenced and APP is already gearing up to ensure the design of these facilities encapsulate award winning concepts to transform the CDOP into a vibrant and integrated business hub.
This project is particularly exciting for APP’s QLD office, as the changes are set to significantly improve the way our staff commute and interact within the precinct and balance work with an active lifestyle.
Construction is expected to be completed on both facilities by June 2017.