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200 Queen Street

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Height  130 m
Opened  1983
Floors  34
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200 Queen Street, also known as 200Q and previously known as ACI House, is an office building in Melbourne. It is located at the north-east corner of Queen Street and Little Bourke Street.

Around 130 metres in height, it has 32 full floors, plus two smaller floors atop that. It was the first high rise development in Melbourne by the Australian development firm, Grocon. The building was sold for $39 million in 1998 and again in 2003 for $78 million.

200 Queen Street was briefly featured in the Australian movie The Castle.

Occupants

Occupants of the building include Aickin Chambers, Chancery Chambers, Melbourne Business Lawyers Pty Ltd, SV Partners and the Melbourne office of Australian Government Solicitor.

References

200 Queen Street Wikipedia


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