443 Queen Street, Brisbane

The 443 Queen Street is a residential skyscraper under construction at 443 Queen Street in Brisbane, Australia. The site is the last riverfront location in the Brisbane central business district. The 47 storey tower will include 106 one bedroom, 106 two bedroom and 54 four bedroom apartments. All 264 apartments will have views of the Brisbane River. Due to its unique design the tower is described as a high rise Queenslander.

443 Queen Street
Now demolished office building on site in October 2015
General information
StatusUnder construction
TypeResidential
Architectural styleSubtropical residential architecture
Location Brisbane, Australia
Address443 Queen Street
Coordinates27.464970°S 153.031491°E / -27.464970; 153.031491
OwnerCbus Property
Height184.5 metres (605 ft)
Technical details
Floor count47
Design and construction
ArchitectRichard Hassell & Elizabeth Watson Brown
Architecture firmArchitectus and WOHA Architects
DeveloperCbus Property
Structural engineerARUP
Services engineerAECOM & ACOR Consultants (Hydraulic Design)
Civil engineerARUP
Quantity surveyorRLB
Other information
Parking277
Website
443queenst.com

A development application for the project was lodged with the Brisbane City Council in October 2015.[1][2] The application has since been approved. The University of Queensland (UQ) appealed the decision, but the Planning & Environment Court dismissed it on all counts.[3][4]

Demolition of the former office building commenced in October 2017, with construction of the footings for the new building commencing in May 2018. A tower crane for construction was installed on 9–10 June 2018.

See also

References

  1. "Cbus Property Plans New Generation Game Changing CBD Tower". Brisbane Development. 1 October 2015. Retrieved 8 October 2015.
  2. "Cbus Snaps Up Last Brisbane CBD Waterfront Asset". The Urban Developer. Retrieved 8 October 2015.
  3. Kos, Andrew. "Brisbane City Council taken to court over high-rise development next to Customs House". ABC. Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Retrieved 21 January 2016.
  4. "443 Queen Street Given Green Light to Proceed". BrisbaneDevelopment.com. 22 July 2016. Retrieved 15 August 2016.


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