Aspial seeks 91 storey Brisbane apartment block next to the Abian

Aspial seeks 91 storey Brisbane apartment block next to the Abian
Aspial seeks 91 storey Brisbane apartment block next to the Abian

Aspial Corporation has applied to build Brisbane's tallest residential tower.

The Singapore-based property developer wants to construct a 91-storey building at 30 Albert Street, near the Queen Street Mall.

The tower would cost $460 million to construct. The proposed multi-level residential tower comprises six levels of basement carparking; ground level lobby and retail space; 6-7 levels of podium carparking and commercial facilities; and 83 levels of residential tower. 

The Singapore-based developer is behind the tallest planned tower in the southern hemisphere, Australia 108 in Melbourne.

The 91-storey Cox Rayner-designed tower will rise 274 metres above sea level with 732 apartments.

Herron Todd White chief executive Koh Wee Seng said the $460 million tower's proximity to the Queen Street Mall, the Queen's Wharf project and other city amenities differentiated it from other projects.

Koh Wee Seng said there was strong demand in Australia for high-quality apartments.

The proposal will be adjacent to Sunland Group’s Brisbane CBD development, the Abian Botanic Gardens development.

 

Aspial seeks 91 storey Brisbane apartment block next to the Abian

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of Australia's most respected property journalists, having been at the top of the game since the early 1980s. Jonathan co-founded the property industry website Property Observer and has written for national and international publications.

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