International real estate group, Harcourts celebrated the official opening of its new, state-of-the-art corporate support office in Brisbane last week with an exclusive launch event.
Queensland Premier, Campbell Newman attended the event to officially open the new building located in the Trade Coast Central commercial precinct in Eagle Farm.
“We feel that the opening of our new support office reflects our commitment not only to our group and our Queensland team but also to Queensland itself, and it was an honour to have Premier Campbell Newman at the launch to officially open it,” said Mike Green, Managing Director of Harcourts International.
The cocktail function was also attended by the Harcourts corporate team, businesses owners, sponsors and suppliers, and members of the Harcourts International board.
Mr Green is thrilled with the group’s new corporate headquarters.
“This is a very exciting time for the Harcourts group. Our new corporate support office really represents the on-going growth of our brand, both within Queensland and internationally.
“Harcourts now has operations in 10 countries and we have grown to become one of the top three real estate groups in Australia – this means that we have had to continue to grow the team that supports our business owners and sales consultants right across the globe,” Mr Green said.
“The new corporate office is an inspiring space which will foster the growth and development of the Harcourts business,” Mr Green added.
Harcourts’ new headquarters offers spacious work areas spread across two levels, and includes state-of-the-art facilities such as two training rooms, a film studio and ‘Google’ inspired break-out areas for the team to use.
Harcourts corporate head office is located at 31 Amy Johnson Place, Eagle Farm.