Brisbane Square Tower 2
|Brisbane Square Tower 2|
Reddacliff Place, proposed site of the development
|Address||266 George Street,|
|Town or city||Brisbane|
|Roof||170.7 m (560 ft)|
|Top floor||152.6 m (501 ft)|
|Floor area||43,824 m2 (471,720 sq ft)|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Blight Rayner Architecture and Urbis|
The 36-storey, modern style, office building will be developed at the open plaza, known as Reddacliff Place, adjoining the existing Brisbane Square Tower. The site is located at the apex of the Queen Street Mall in the Brisbane CBD’s North Quarter Precinct and adjacent to the new Queens Wharf entertainment precinct. The amount of the ground floor plaza occupied by the development will be reduced as the architects have proposed a “suspended tower” with the building lobby elevated to the podium level.
The QSuper will be the anchor tenant precommitted for nearly half of the building (17,200sq m or 40%).
Development application was lodged with the Brisbane City Council in November 2017. The project is forecast for completion in late 2020.
In late November, the Brisbane City Council put a protective measure on the site, as an emergency response to the development application, to prevent any future development proposals above Reddacliff Place.
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- "QSuper Commits to Charter Hall's New Brisbane Square Tower". The Urban Developer. 17 October 2017. Retrieved 16 November 2017.
- "Development Application Submitted for Brisbane Square Tower 2". Brisbane Development. 13 November 2017. Retrieved 16 November 2017.
- Ellen-Maree Elliot (22 November 2017). "Brisbane CBD tower plans put Reddacliff Place 'at risk'". Courier Mail. News Limited. Retrieved 8 January 2018.