Structure in general
- Waterfront Place is the second-tallest building in Queensland.
- Waterfront Place boasts the largest floor plates in the Brisbane CBD.
- The tower includes a 15 berth Marina in the Brisbane River.
- During construction over 600 people worked on the site, 53,000 cubic metres of concrete was used, 9,500 panes of glass were used, 3,000 square metres of marble was used and 30,000 square metres of granite was used.
- The site was part of Brisbane's original port. At the base of the building is Naldham House, built in 1888 for the Australasian United Steam Navigation Company.
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