Queen's Tower, Brisbane

The Queen's Tower is a proposed residential skyscraper to be located at 545 Queen Street in the Brisbane CBD’s north eastern corner. The development will occupy an island site between Queen, Adelaide and Macrossan Streets in Brisbane, Australia.

Queen's Tower, Brisbane
A current commercial building at the site
General information
StatusProposed
TypeResidential
LocationBrisbane, Queensland,
Address545 Queen Street
Height
Roof250 metres (820 ft)
Technical details
Floor count76
Design and construction
Architecture firmWoods Bagot
DeveloperPDS Group
References
Building webpage

The 250-metre, 76-storey tower will include 891 luxury residences and 100 serviced apartments in one, two, three and four-bedroom apartment configurations.

Recreation area with swimming pool, café, gymnasium, function space and lush landscaping will be located on podium rooftop. Retail space (approximately 2,500m2) is planned for the ground level. The tower will have Brisbane's deepest basement, 17 levels below the surface, for 853 cars, 71 motorcycles and 752 bicycles. The car park will only be accessible by four car lifts.

A current ten storey commercial building at the site will be demolished.

Development application was lodged with the Brisbane City Council in March 2016.[1][2]

See also

References

  1. "76 Storey Queen's Tower Proposed for 545 Queen Street". Brisbane Development. 2 March 2016. Retrieved 24 May 2016.
  2. "Landmark Tower Planned For 545 Queen Street Brisbane". brisbaneinvestor. 2 May 2016. Retrieved 24 May 2016.


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