Maroochydore City Centre welcomes Global Tech Leader

Award-winning Evans Long A1 Building in Maroochydore

Maroochydore City Centre has welcomed its newest business to the precinct with the arrival of Global Software company Maropost, solidifying the City’s emerging status as a high-tech hub.

Maropost, which acquired long standing Sunshine Coast tech company Retail Express in 2022, has relocated a significant part of its business to the Sunshine Coast in the award-winning Evans Long A1 building.

The ultra-modern A1 comprises ground floor retail, one level of podium car parking, three levels of office space, end of trip facilities, and rooftop terrace with ocean views.

“Maropost’s decision to move into A1 in Maroochydore marks a pivotal moment, demonstrating a significant stride towards establishing the region as a growing hub for cutting-edge industries,” SunCentral CEO Amanda Yeates said.

“As the largest greenfield CBD in Australia and home to the Sunshine Coast international broadband submarine cable and NextDC Data Centre, Maroochydore continues to be a magnet for innovative companies like Maropost seeking a dynamic environment, state-of-the-art infrastructure, and a supportive community to thrive.”

Evans Long Head of Development Sujay Singh said the bespoke selection of materials in the A1 building reflected a commitment to create an inspiring workspace environment that would attract best in class talent and foster collaboration and productivity.

“The quality of this fitout is commensurate with A1 being an A-grade commercial asset and home to forward thinking businesses,” Mr Singh said.

The latest commercial building completed in Maroochydore City Centre, A1 represents $20 million private sector investment and 260 full-time employees (onsite).

The building also accommodates international architectural firm MODE Design, Sunshine Coast Property Accountants, Sherrin Partners, Yield Advisory, KIBOU Japanese Bar and Kitchen and popular Harvest café. Only one ground floor leasing opportunity remains at A1.

Amanda Yeates said the past 12 months had seen continued growth in Maroochydore City Centre, with more to come. “Maroochydore City Centre is already home to 300 residents, 1,200 workers and 34 businesses. We are proud to be creating a vibrant city centre which aligns to our region’s values and reflects the needs of the community today and into the future,” she concluded.



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