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The Executive Centre Ventures Further in Australia with Its First Serviced Office Centre in Perth


The Executive Centre, Asia Pacific's leading premium serviced office provider, is set to open its first serviced office centre at one of the most desirable locations in the heart of Perth’s central business district – 108 St Georges Terrace.

Acclaimed for its premier fit-outs, exceptional client-oriented services, and state-of-the-art infrastructure, The Executive Centre has established a strong presence in Australia over the last decade with four prime serviced office locations in Sydney as well as a newly launched centre in Brisbane, and has served a number of multinationals including Microsoft, Morgan Stanley, Macquarie and CISCO. The new centre will provide fertile ground for the local and multinational companies expanding and starting up business in Perth.

Located right in the middle of Perth’s central business district on the corner of St Georges Terrace and William Street, the new centre sits atop Level 24 and 25 of the iconic building, enjoying expansive Swan River views. Well connected to transportation network, leisure facilities and lifestyle amenities, the building provides ultimate commuting convenience. The distinguished status quo wins over an eminent portfolio of tenants including Rio Tinto, UBS, Norton Rose Legal, Sinosteel, and Boston Consulting.

With a modern interior office design, and fully equipped with the latest IT technology, communications system, video conferencing facilities and Herman miller executive modular furniture, The Executive Centre Perth continues to deliver the most flexible and dynamic solutions for leading business to meet their workplace needs.

108 St Georges Terrace is owned and managed by Brookfield.  Brookfield’s global portfolio comprises interests in 112 properties totalling 7.5 million square meters, making it the global leader in the ownership and management of office assets.

“It’s great to have The Executive Centre as part of our diversified tenant mix at 108 St Georges Terrace.  The property is recognised as a distinctive landmark defining the Perth skyline playing an important role in the city’s rich history.”  Says Kurt Wilkinson, Chief Operating Officer of Brookfield Office Properties Australia.

Paul Salnikow, Chairman & CEO of The Executive Centre commented, “Western Australia is a buoyant and growing international business centre, currently experiencing an impressive economic growth fueled by exports to emerging economies and mining-related investment by both the private and public sectors. Under the flourishing mining and resources sector, and strong market sentiments underpinned by low unemployment levels and population growth surpassing the national average, demand for prime Perth CBD office space is already booming.

“The new centre in Perth is part of our broader US$18 million expansion throughout Asia Pacific in response to the growing market demand for prestigious serviced office space driven by both the shortage of office space supply and critically low vacancy rate of less than 5% in the core CBD. With our commitment to providing our clients with a network of the very best landmark business locations throughout Asia Pacific, we believe that there is no better building we could have added to our portfolio than 108 St Georges Terrace,” Paul continued.

About The Executive Centre

The Executive Centre is the leading premium serviced office provider in Asia Pacific with over 80 centres in 21 cities. Founded in 1994, it operates in Hong Kong, Beijing, Chengdu, Shanghai, Tianjin, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Macau, Taipei, Tokyo, Seoul, Singapore, Jakarta, Bangalore, Chennai,Pune, Mumbai, Gurgaon, Brisbane, Perth and Sydney. The Executive Centre provides serviced offices, virtual office representation services, meeting and conference facilities, and business concierge services to multinational corporations, small and medium enterprises, and start-ups locally, regionally and internationally. Please visit our Web site at

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