Iconic Kangaroo Point Cliffs Site Cafe Is On the Market

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An iconic cafe location with an attractive view of the Brisbane skyline near Main Street and River Terrace in Kangaroo Point has been put on the market. The property, controlled by Brisbane City Council, does not just boast of a fantastic view. It also has an interesting history.

Before the cafe was erected at the Kangaroo Point Cliffs in 2010, it was a school for children until 1965, when the Queensland Government turned it into TAFE.  

TAFE Queensland, however, closed its Kangaroo Point location in 2009 to pave way for the park and dining precinct redevelopment. A year later, the revitalised location opened with a cafe offering the most breathtaking view of Brisbane CBD. 

The building for lease is on 461 Main Street and has a 57-square metre floor area, as well as a 272-square metre space exclusive for alfresco dining. 

Photo Credit: CBRE

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Interested parties may submit their expressions of interest to CBRE until the 27th of Sept 2019.  “We invite all quality Café and Restaurant operators to consider this amazing opportunity,” per Mr Lewis Torkington of CBRE.