Aria Property Group extends its style-driven portfolio to Brisbane's West End

Aria Property Group extends its style-driven portfolio to Brisbane's West End
Aria Property Group extends its style-driven portfolio to Brisbane's West End

Apartment developer Aria Property Group has added another major project to its catalogue of Brisbane developments.

On this occasion Rothelowman has been utilised in the design of West End's 107-117 Jane Street. Reaching planning only last week, Jane Street looks to build upon Aria's self described vision of "create iconic residential and retail projects that we will be proud to walk our families past in 20 years' time."

To that end Rothelowman have conceived two distinct buildings above a common podium, with the intent of adding 145 apartments to the West End market. The apartment mix consists of 23 single, 91 double and 28 triple bedroom apartments.

An onsite warehouse and office will make way for the development, which is expected to be delivered over separate stages.

Aria Property Group extends its style-driven portfolio to Brisbane's West End
Design Perspective. Image: Rothelowman

Rothelowman's design narrative for the project surrounds the ideas of architecture as a backdrop to nature and life in a treehouse.

Consequently 107-117 Jane Street's facade employs the notion of a vertical park, and is heavy with greenery planters plus mature trees which run its full height. Rothelowman have also sought to introduce a layered canopy above street level, with its form and materiality said to reference the fig tree form.

Reflective of all Aria projects, the Jane Street application is heavy with communal facilities. An outdoor gym, playground, dining pavilion, sun deck and lounge, infinity pool and barbecue area constitute the more typical amenities, although more natural features also play their part in the design.

Not so regular features such as a 'tree house canopy boardwalk', stream and waterfall are also present and look to extend upon the project's location opposite Davies Park and adjacent to the Brisbane River.

Aria Property Group extends its style-driven portfolio to Brisbane's West End
Design Perspective. Image: Rothelowman

107-117 Jane Street joins a handful of additional Aria projects within the Urban.com.au Project Database.

South Brisbane's 77 Hope Street is perhaps the most recognised of Aria's pending projects, after approval was granted for the 33 storey apartment tower mid year. A 120-metre waterfall originating from the tower's rooftop terrace and running down the flank of the building is the design highlight, although a 750 square metre public park, community garden and cinema will also be included.

With Valencia and The Drapery approaching completion, Aria Property Group have moved to initiate construction on another residential tower. Hutchinson Builders have picked up The Standard; the curvaceous tower which is due for completion during 2020.

Aria Property Group extends its style-driven portfolio to Brisbane's West End
Waterfall, Oxley + Stirling and The Standard in clockwise formation. Images: Aria Property Group

Mark Baljak

Mark Baljak

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