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New commercial tower proposed for ‘Golden Triangle’

A development application has been lodged for a new 50,000sqm, 40 storey commercial tower located at 360 Queen Street in the Brisbane CBD, reports brisbanedevelopment.com.au.

 

Located within the highly sought-after ‘Golden Triangle’ area of the CBD, the proposal shows the 5-Star Green Star rated office tower will include three sky parks, ground level and podium ‘marketplace’ with a range food and beverage outlets, bars, gym and/or childcare centre, supermarket, four basement levels with 59 car parks, and a public plaza at ground level which will include an outdoor amphitheatre that could be used for entertainment, events or as an outdoor cinema.

 

Brisbane’s Golden Business Triangle is a premium CBD location within first-class residential and commercial high-rise towers, restaurants, shopping and close proximity to the Brisbane River and the Story Bridge.  The triangle has no proper boundaries, but is considered to fall within the north side of Queen Street, Edwards Street and the Brisbane River.

 

Blight Rayner, the architect appointed to the proposal outlines the below philosophy regarding the design:

 

 "Located on Queen Street the historical marketplace and financial heart of Brisbane, Queensland, the proposed development of 360 Queen Street is a beacon that is uniquely Queensland.

  1.  A Beacon that is an expressive addition to Brisbane’s skyline seen in 360 degrees and significantly from the post card location – The Storey bridge.
  2.  A Beacon for the “new” marketplace on Queen Street through a proposed architectural expression of eroded and porous podium levels.
  3.  A Beacon for a new work place which consists of highly connected floors that embraces the external environment.”

“Our concept epitomises the “Buildings that Breathe” principles which range from environmental technical performance, public realm engagement to vertical gardens and elevated outdoor spaces,” said the firm.

 

There is industry speculation that this building is shortlisted as a possible location for the new national Suncorp headquarters.

 

Hannah Schuhmann said the joint venture between Charter Hall and Investa Commercial Property Fund shows developers have a great confidence in the CBD.  With increased office space follows the need for residential property in excellent locations such as the ‘Felix’ building, which is a short a 10-minute walk from this site. 

 

For the original story, visit https://brisbanedevelopment.com/new-40-storey-commercial-tower-proposed-for-360-queen-street/

 

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