200 Queen Street is an “A” grade commercial office building located on the corner of Little Bourke and Queen Streets in the heart of Melbourne’s legal precinct. The area is favoured by legal practises due to its close proximity to the Local, District and Supreme Courts.
200 Queen Street was constructed during the early 1980’s by Grocon Construction. The property was purchased by Cape Bouvard Properties in 1998. The building is of glass curtain wall construction and provides the quality and level of services required by business.
200 Queen Street houses several major Commonwealth Departments including the Melbourne headquarters the Attorney Generals Department, the Director of Public Prosecutions and the Australian Communications Authority. In addition, the building is also the state office of the national law firm, Middleton Moore and Bevins. The ground floor is occupied by some several smaller retailers however includes a new outlet for Gloria Jeans Coffees, an American chain that has recently established a presence in Australia. The building also houses a major ten-level public carpark comprising approximately 450 parking bays.
200 Queen Street, which is managed by Colliers Jardine (Vic) Pty Ltd, is 100% occupied.