Being advertised with a ‘bulletproof income’ via International Expressions of Interest is the State Law Building at 50 Ann Street, Brisbane. The building originally opened as Comalco House in March 1976 and was then locally known as 'Gotham City' due to its colour and its Batman-like roof features which were designed by architects, Conrad & Gargett. The A-grade building comprises 25 office levels, basement parking for 119 cars over three levels plus a ground floor cafe.

Its bulletproof income is derived from being 99.5% leased to the Department of Justice & Attorney-General, which has called the building home for over forty years. Ideally located in the middle of the legal community, its neighbours include the Supreme and District Courts, Magistrate Court, Commonwealth Court and Queensland Police Headquarters. Vendor, ESR Australia, will no doubt hope to capitalise on these advantages especially during a time of a strengthening Brisbane commercial market. 

50 Ann Street has traded twice in recent years, at $144.62 million in 2017 and in 2014 at close to $128.9 million.