October 09, 2018

High Street, Toowong

Stockland has received approval from Brisbane City Council for its’ Development Application for the site on the corner of High Street and Sherwood Road, Toowong. The approval allows Stockland to deliver the proposed 533 new apartments in the heart of Toowong across three stages.

The site is located close to the Brisbane River within the heart of Toowong, five kilometres from Brisbane’s CBD. It has abundant public transport choices, including bus, rail, and ferry services.

There are many schools within the district, and the University of Queensland is...


October 09, 2018

Milton Station Overview

Around the Milton train station there are a mass variety of developments at different stages that will see thousands of new residential apartments available within walking distance from the train station between Park Road and Cribb Street. 

The second stage of Savoir Faire will feature the last of three residential buildings on Park Road. The Savoir Faire Residences II is a 15 level apartment development which will include 65 apartments, with a combination of 1, 2 bedroom and 2 bedrooms+ apartment designs....


October 08, 2018

Kings Row Milton

The final combined stages (3 and 4) of Kings Row Milton is now complete and in the process of acquiring tenants for the new office towers. Recently completed stage one and two office buildings feature typical floor plates of 1,039m2 with direct access to Coronation Drive from the ground floor. The location on Coronation Drive offers a bus stop adjacent to the front door of the building.

The second building offers five levels of accommodation above the ground floor, with a...


October 08, 2018

Grace on Coronation

The future of Sunland’s contentious “Grace on Coronation” development has been thrown into uncertainty after an appeal was won in court by a neighbouring resident over the development of the three-tower development. Toowong resident Kate Peta Bell came out the winner against the $430 million skyscrapers, with the Court of Appeal overturning the previous judgment made by the Planning and Environment Court in May last year.

Bell’s appeal to the Court of Appeal was completed on the grounds that the towers...


October 07, 2018

Brisbane’s Inner West – Development Overview

The inner west is showing huge potential for investors as a wave of new commercial and residential developments and applications roll in.

From the Council owned Eco-Tourism Infrastructure for Mt Coot-tha, to the application for two new 12-storey residential towers located at 105-117 Jane Street, West End, and the next residential stage of Sekisui House’s West Village master-planned development in West End; there is no slowing down for this side of the city.

An updated development application could see a new entertainment and...


October 07, 2018

Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mt Coot-tha Master Plan

Since the recent opening of the new Mt Coot-tha visitor information centre Brisbane City Council has been working tirelessly on a plan for an eco-adventure tourism facility on Mt Coot-tha. The new development which has been approved just this month, will feature both the longest suspended pedestrian bridge walk in the Southern Hemisphere, and Australia‘s longest zipline.

The development, to be done in three stages, will revitalise the 56 hectares of subtropical botanic gardens into an iconic green landmark for the City...


September 10, 2018

Yeronga Priority Development Area (PDA)

In a new announcement on August 10, The Yeronga Priority Development Area (PDA) was declared. The PDA, which includes parts of Park Road and Villa Street is roughly three hectares and situated near a rail and bus services and arterial road network. Identified as a possible urban renewal opportunity in the Advancing our cities and regions (AOCR) strategy, the PDA declaration establishes a planning framework to support future community and economic results in the area.

The PDA offers prospects to...


September 08, 2018

Transport Aims For Inner South

As the inner south prepares for some large projects, transport is being ramped up and renovated to make way for increased residential capacities. There are many ways transport is being advanced in the inner south, and they include the following.

Cross River Rail

Brisbane’s rail network will see amplified capacity through the construction of the new rail crossing over the Brisbane River as part of the Cross-River Rail project. The project will run between Dutton Park and Bowen Hills, with new tunnels...


September 06, 2018

Boulevard At Buranda

As the first significant step into the revamp of the suburb, The Boulevard at Buranda, which is set on a 3-hectare site will be Brisbane’s largest near-city mixed-use development project. Featuring the construction of high-rise student accommodation towers and a shopping centre.

The project comprises of eight high-rise buildings to be constructed across three stages. From the developers behind the highly successful Emporium development of the mixed-use project will be a transit orientated development project integrating the existing Buranda bus and...


September 05, 2018

Gabba Projects

In recent months it has come to the attention of Brisbane residents that the Queensland Government has a master plan in place for the refurbishment of the Gabba and its surrounding areas. It was revealed recently that the Gabba would miss out on the first test against India because the stadium was considered too outdated for international cricket matches to be played there.

On August 20, Sports Minister Mick de Brenni announced the Government is “going to market” for the naming...


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