171 Edward Street, Brisbane

The 171 Edward Street is a future residential skyscraper to be located at 171 Edward Street on the corner with Elizabeth Street in Brisbane, Australia. The tower will rise to 265m (274m AHD) which is currently the maximum height allowed in Brisbane central business district.

171 Edward Street
Current building
Alternative names155 Edward Street
General information
LocationBrisbane, Queensland, Australia
Address171 Edward Street
Coordinates27.469114°S 153.0279°E / -27.469114; 153.0279
CostA$270 million
Roof265 metres (869 ft)
Technical details
Floor count81
Design and construction
Architecture firmRothelowman
DeveloperAria Property Group

The 81-storey tower will include 642 apartments; 313 one bedroom, 219 two-bedroom, 110 three-bedroom apartments. Recreation area with pool, gym and games room will be located on levels 4 and 5. Retail space is planned for the ground and mezzanine levels.

Development application, lodged with the Brisbane City Council in December 2015,[1][2] was approved in May 2016.[3] As of 2019, approval expires in June 2020, Aria’s commercial manager Michael Zaicek told Commercial Real Estate that they “have no intentions for a residential development in the near future”

See also


  1. "New 80 Storey Skyscraper Proposed for 171 Edward Street". Brisbane Development. 14 December 2015. Retrieved 18 May 2016.
  2. "Brisbane's equal-tallest building set for approval". brisbanetimes. 17 May 2016. Retrieved 18 May 2016.
  3. "Aria's 82 Storey 171 Edward Street Approved". brisbanedevelopment. 31 May 2016. Retrieved 14 June 2016.
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