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
BURANDA STUDENT ACCOMODATION Completion date: July 2018 Construction time: 26 months Stage 1 of the development consists of two mixed use towers comprising of student accommodation and retail outlets, located between the railway line (to the North) and bus station (to the west). The development includes Building 2 (25 storey tower) and Building 3 (13 storey tower) including approximately 1,610
The 37-storey Mary Street tower will feature Brisbane’s newest 5-star international hotel, The Westin, and 184 luxury one, two and three bedroom residences, in addition to a multilayered atrium with laneways, fine dining restaurants and bars. Designed and constructed by the Ellis Air team, the development incorporates separate facilities for residents and guests including a roof top recreation deck with
This 30- level apartment tower includes a two- level podium and 27 levels of apartments comprising 378 one and two bedroom apartments. The development will feature eight floors of parking including six basements and two podium levels.
Gallery House is Brookfield Residential Properties’ most luxurious project in Queensland and their seventh building in Northshore Hamilton. The project is located on an absolute riverfront site.
The Clayton campus’s new Learning and Teaching Building will create a dynamic learning environment, and a striking entrance for the campus from Wellington Road. More than 60 formal and informal learning and teaching spaces will provide an outstanding student-centred learning experience for Monash University and Monash College Diploma students alike. Comprising four levels, the new building will also be home
A 14-level office building constructed atop its existing 8-storey car parking garage at 2 Riverside Quay, designed by Fender Katsalidis Architects.
An architecturally, and technically brilliant, modern 5-star office tower, combined with the refurbished historic Good Shed, with world-class restaurants and amenities.
The skyscraper, developed by ICD Property group in conjunction with Sino-Ocean Land and designed by architect Elenberg Fraser. Designed to accommodate 633 apartment dwellings, the residential skyscraper reached a height of 202.7 metres (665 feet) and comprised of 63 floors.
The Jewel will be Australia’s largest beachfront mixed-use development and the first absolute beach front development on the Gold Coast in more than 30 years. The luxury development is located on Old Burleigh Road in Broadbeach, the three-tower development will include a three-level podium, a six-star hotel comprising 171 suites and 512 one, two and three-bedroom luxury apartments and premium