Property Development Systems Australia lodged a Development Application in late February to build a billion dollar skyscraper known as Queen's Tower that will encompass luxury residences, premium short-term accommodation and a new shopping and dining precinct on Queen St in Brisbane's CBD. The DA number for this development is A004333299.
El Camino Priority I Pty Ltd submitted a new Development Application in December to build two towers (25 storey and 32 storey) for premium student accomodation on Elizabeth Street. The DA number for this development is A004280556.
World Class Land, a leading developer in Singapore, has lodged a initial documentation to build a 91 storey residential building on Margaret Street. The tower would reach the maximum-height limit of 274 metres and would, in effect, be a twin to the adjoining Brisbane Skytower. The DA number for this development is A004329531.
Brisbane-based Aria Property Group has proposed it’s first 80-storey residential tower in the Brisbane CBD, located at 171 Elizabeth Street. Soaring 80 storeys high, the new tower is planned for the corner of Elizabeth and Edward Streets, which currently the site of several luxury retail boutiques. The DA number for this development is A004280600.
A private consortium lead by AEG’s Australasian arm AEG-Ogden, the world's largest entertainment venue operator, is planning a new $400 million entertainment venue in the heart of the city. AEG is responsible for venues like the Barclays Center in New York, the 02 Arena in London, "Brisbane, a city with a metropolitan population of 2.3 million and a regional population of 3.4 million has no dedicated CBD or inner city based entertainment arena and is seen as a huge potential money cow" says Brisbane Development.
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Queensland is set to have its first dedicated mega cruise ship terminal in 2020, and its development is moving forward with the release of a new fly-through for the $158 million Brisbane International Cruise Terminal at the Port of Brisbane.
The precinct will be built above the Roma Street rail lines, making use of valuable air space above the lines as well as the connectivity that Roma Street has to every rail line in the SEQ rail network.
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