Designs for new developments on the former Myer building, Queensgate building and Spicer site have all been approved in recent weeks, kicking off the company’s search for tenants to move into the $220 million project, expected to be completed within three years.
Sirona Capital managing director Matthew McNeilly said they were also responsible for constructing the new council chamber and library building and that eventually, the area would deliver 30,000sqm of office space and 12,000sqm of retail space.
‘All planning approvals are now in place for the Kings Square Fremantle redevelopment, and that’s an exciting outcome for us after more than two years of diligent and careful work with the city and its executive officers,’ he said.
‘We are in discussion with a number of potential tenants for the high grade office space, including the State Government, which has committed to relocating a number of government agencies to strategic activity centres such as Fremantle.
‘Kings Square Fremantle is modelled on the 140William development in Perth’s CBD, in which a number of government agencies co-locate. The proposal would suit a single department along with a consolidation of other government accommodation needs in the region.’