First apartment tower at Park Central in Brisbane's Woolloongabba

First apartment tower at Park Central in Brisbane's Woolloongabba
First apartment tower at Park Central in Brisbane's Woolloongabba

The first residential tower within Park Central, a $1 billion development in Brisbane’s Woolloongabba, is to be released this month.

Park Central One will be developed by Singapore-based Wee Hur Holdings Ltd and will comprise 168 one and two-bedroom apartments over 18 levels.

There will be ground floor retail and a rooftop garden terrace as well that includes a swimming pool, deck and gym that take in views of Brisbane CBD and surrounds.

“Park Central One was designed for a local owner or a tenant wanting a convenient and active lifestyle, only 7 minutes from Brisbane CBD,” said Rachel Hutson, residential project manager at Colliers International, which is marketing the development.

“Being part of a transit oriented development, Park Central One will be a hub of activity offering residents direct connection to Buranda busway and rail stations as well as dedicated bikeways link to South east Freeway and the Norman Creek Bikeway and Greenway.”

One-bedroom apartments average 60 sqm in size and range from $350,000 to $425,000, while the average size of a two-bedroom apartment is 90 sqm with prices ranging from $485,000 to $690,000.

First apartment tower at Park Central in Brisbane's Woolloongabba

The tower is designed by Woods Bagot, and Tomkins have recently been appointed as the builders, with construction expected to start later this year.

Park Central will also have direct access to the $944 million high frequency Brisbane Metro Service for which Council handed down its business case recently. 

The open plan living apartments will feature a designer kitchen with feature splashback, reconstituted stone island bench and quality Bosch stainless steel appliances.

First apartment tower at Park Central in Brisbane's Woolloongabba

The Woolloongabba precinct is expected to grow by more than 100,000 jobs to 2031.  Woolloongabba itself is expected to generate over 20,000 new jobs.

The future stages at Park Central will include additional apartments, student accommodation, all positioned around a 4,300 sqm ‘sky park’ and 16,000 sqm retail precinct anchored by a supermarket, specialty stores and dining.

According to the master plan, ‘sky park’ will be a private recreation space that will include a club lounge, outdoor dining and entertaining areas. There is a display suite onsite.

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