DA lodged for Brisbane tower 205 North Quay

Staff reporterAugust 24, 20200 min read

A development application has been lodged for a new commercial tower in Brisbane.

Cbus Property and Nielson Properties, together with Brisbane’s Raniga family, put forward the plans.

The $600 million development will be known as 205 North Quay.

Designed by architecture firms Hassell, New York-based REX and Brisbane’s Richards & Spence, building will include a 25-metre lap pool, childcare facilities, a public realm auditorium, outdoor terraces on every level, and rooftop collaboration and celebration facilities.

Cbus Property’s Chief Executive Officer, Adrian Pozzo, said the company was pleased to be able to formally submit the development plans, which would optimise the site’s potential and be a catalyst for activating the North Quarter of Brisbane’s CBD, bounding the city’s government precinct with Cbus Property’s prominent 1 William Street commercial tower.

“We are excited to seek planning approval from Brisbane City Council for 205 North Quay, a unique and healthy workplace that will evolve with its users into the future and create a new front door to the city, setting a design standard for others to follow in the exciting burgeoning precinct,” he said.

“The project team has been tasked with creating an office tower that. contributes to Brisbane’s identity as Australia’s New World City, helping to attract investment and tourism, embrace the Queensland lifestyle and ultimately drive the city’s economic growth. As part of this, 205 North Quay’s cutting-edge design also exceeds the council’s ‘Buildings that Breathe’ guidelines.”

205 North Quay is reportedly targeting a 6 Green Star rating and 5.5 Star NABERS Energy rating.

Staff reporter

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