480 Queen is a state-of-the-art building that has set a high standard for all the future buildings in Brisbane city.
Australia’s first elevated public car park, marvelous Ravine pubic art by Danie Mellor digitally printed on 350 sqm glass panels, and one of the longest escalators in the country are are some of the highlights of this building.
480 Queen also offers a unique restaurant and retail precinct, a place to hang out or organize meet-ups, making it a great place that draws people together to meet, eat, shop, relax and collaborate.
At 480 Queen, you can find a plethora of casual and fine dining cafes and restaurants such as Café Necta and Café Terra Firma, the renowned OTTO Ristorante and Bar OTTO, Jimmy Rods Shave Saloon Bar and Kitchen, coffee shop The Daily Hit, Japanese café Shuji Sushi, Vietnamese eatery Rice Paper Scissors and the delicious Taro’s Ramen. Eventually, it seems like this will not just be a great private place but also a place for the local community to hang out at its high-class cafes and restaurants.
480 Queen is a 21st-century workplace environment. It is really a unique, forward-thinking project, and with its beautiful vertical gardens and elevated car parks, and more, it can also be called a ‘vertical village’.
The building includes various facilities such as childcare, a gym as well as an outdoor, public space for the community, and Hobbs Park on Level 4 with landmark views of Brisbane River.