Heritage Lanes, 80 Ann

Mirvac with Woods Bagot

Heritage Lanes at 80 Ann Street is a 35-storey mixed-use commercial and retail development in the heart of Brisbane’s CBD. As an inviting community hub built on the site of the old Brisbane Fruit and Produce Exchange, Heritage Lanes strikes a unique balance of retaining the spirit of its rich history. Heritage Lanes has cemented itself as an exciting office, retail and dining destination, offering nine food and beverage retailers, a fitness studio, dining and event facilities, public art and community facilities, making the precinct an attractive destination for workers, locals and tourists. Heritage Lanes has been constructed as a permeable and breathable building with an open façade that reflects Queensland’s “life lived outdoors” philosophy, offering spaces that reflect the State’s natural beauty, presenting a relaxing working environment that supports employees’ expectations for greater balance in a hybrid working environment. Designed to deliver a positive impact for the environment and future generations, Heritage Lanes has already exceeded its original sustainability building targets, standing as one of Australia’s most intelligent and sustainable buildings, targeting some of the highest standards across NABERS, WELLS and Green Star ratings.

Designed to be Net Zero Carbon in its operations, Heritage Lanes utilises solar generation to power all base building lighting across common areas, and utilises electric heating rather than gas. Significant end of trip facilities also encourage active or more sustainable transport for employees, with bike storage, EV and scooter charging available.

Photography by Brett Boardman