Maroochydore City Centre welcomes NAB to its Business Hub

Banking giant NAB is the latest high-profile company to establish a presence in Maroochydore City Centre, solidifying the precinct as a fast-growing hub for business and innovation.

NAB has moved into the state-of-the-art business banking workspace in A1, the award-winning Evans Long building.

NAB’s decision to move into A1 follows the recent addition of Global Software company Maropost which relocated a significant part of its business to A1 after acquiring long-standing Sunshine Coast tech company Retail Express.

Sujay Singh from Evans Long said they were delighted to welcome the 60 staff from NAB’s Regional & Agribusiness, Small Business, Private and Wealth bankers and other support functions who are relocating from their previous Maroochydore facility to Level 3 in A1.

“The bespoke selection of materials reflects our commitment, alongside NABs, to create inspiring workspace environments that attract best-in-class talent,” Sujay Singh said.

“This high-quality fit out aligns with A1’s status as an A-grade commercial asset and the preferred choice for forward-thinking businesses.”

NAB’s Queensland State Business Banking Executive for Regional and Agribusiness Alison Blanshard said this was NAB’s latest investment in Queensland’s South East.

“We’re excited to have relocated to a brand-new state-of-the-art facility in a prime location within the new CBD of Maroochydore,” Alison Blanshard said. “NAB has a long history serving customers in the area – from Morayfield in the south to Gympie in the north. This multimillion-dollar investment gives us an even greater presence in the community while allowing our team of bankers to continue supporting our business customers.”

SunCentral Maroochydore CEO Amanda Yeates said the past 12 months had seen continued growth in Maroochydore City Centre, with more to come.

“Our innovative infrastructure, strategic location, and commitment to sustainability help position the Sunshine Coast as a resilient economy and a magnet for businesses and talent alike,” Amanda Yeates said.

“As Maroochydore City Centre continues to grow, so too will the opportunities for residents, businesses and visitors. By 2027, there will be more than a thousand people living in Maroochydore City Centre along with 3,000 workers, creating a vibrant hub of commercial and cultural activity, underpinned by outstanding liveability, technology and innovation.”

Recognised by the Sunshine Coast Council as one of its five ‘game changer’ projects, Maroochydore City Centre is slated to deliver 15,000 jobs and generate over $3 billion in economic benefits over its lifespan, driving economic growth and prosperity across the region.



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