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Quadrant selling skydeck at Eureka Tower – The Australian Financial Review

The skydeck at the top of Melbourne’s Eureka Tower is offered for sale with a 20-year leaseback to Quadrant Private Equity-owned tourism operator Journey Beyond

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In 2019, Quadrant Capital hired Jefferies Australia to sell the tourism operator. The NRMA was lining up as a potential buyer last May The Australian reported, before the pandemic hobbled the tourism sector.
The skydeck, attained in 40 seconds in a high-speed lift, offers one of the highest observation points in the southern hemisphere at 300 metres. Visitors can also experience floating above Melbourne inside a glass cube which, somewhat terrifyingly, slides out from the building.
The skydeck and…

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