MacArthur Central is a modern, three level shopping centre in the heart of the Brisbane CBD, on the corner of Edward and Queen Streets directly adjacent to the Queen Street Mall.
Its mix of modern and heritage architecture gives the Centre a unique dual personality. Thanks to its high-street frontages and an elegant facade, the Centre boasts a luxury brand precinct which features some of the world’s most recognisable brands including Oroton, Tag Heuer, Hardy Brothers, Hugo Boss (coming soon) and more.
MacArthur Central is also home to international tech-giant Apple. The store which occupies the heritage-style MacArthur Chambers is the largest in Queensland and combines a blend MacArthur Chambers' elegant, heritage-style architecture with the sleek, ultra-modern aesthetic the company is famous for.
Internally, MacArthur Central offers one of the city’s most comprehensive mixes of convenience and specialty retail. Anchored by the Brisbane CBD’s only full line Woolworths supermarket, MacArthur Central also plays host to vast two-level tenancies for both Big W and JB Hi-Fi, book-ending a modern buzzing foodcourt with seating for 310 patrons and a wide range of culinary offerings.
While the vast majority of customers visit on foot or utilise conveniently located public transport, MacArthur Central is also home to a secure underground car park providing additional customer convenience.
|Catchment Area Demographics|
|Centre MAT||Over $175 million|
|Centre GLA||15,036 m2|
|Brisbane CBD Statistics|
A massive 70.3% of those in the local government area are of working age.
- Local government area identified in BCC Brisbane Community Profile for Brisbane as at June 2015.
Brisbane is Australia’s third largest city and recently earned a spot in the London Financial Times Magazine's Top Ten Asian Cities.
- London Financial Times Magazine.
Brisbane's $146 billion economy is predicted to expand to $217 billion by 2031.
- Brisbane marketing Australia's New World City, About Brisbane, 2017.
Retail trade in Queensland is forecast to strengthen and increase on average by 3.6% per annum over the next five years.
- Deloitte Access Economics, July 2012.
There are close to 700,000 people that currently visit the Queen Street Mall on a monthly basis.
- Brisbane City Council Malls Management, Traffic Counters 2017.
The Brisbane CBD attracts circa $1.35 billion in retail sales.
- Foresight Partners, Brisbane CBD Retailing Business Development Strategy, March 2009.
MacArthur Central also offers a number of casual leasing sites for short term bookings of one week or more. These prime sites are located on the Lower Ground Floor outside Woolworths, and on the Ground Floor, directly accessible from Queen Street.