Brisbane apartment of the week: Queens Wharf Residences, Brisbane CBD

Brisbane apartment of the week: Queens Wharf Residences, Brisbane CBD
Brisbane apartment of the week: Queens Wharf Residences, Brisbane CBD

As the tallest building in the Queens Wharf precinct, Queens Wharf Residences boast some of the most spectacular views in Brisbane – and if that isn't enough, the towering skyscraper also features a publically-accessible skydeck which offers 360* views.

We caught up with Place Projects' Matt Brandon to learn more about what makes Queens Wharf Residences a truly unique and exciting development. 

Brisbane apartment of the week: Queens Wharf Residences, Brisbane CBD
Queens Wharf Residences. Image supplied.

Urban.com.au: Which aspects of the Queens Wharf Residences development are you most proud of and why?

Matt Brandon: Location and architecture. Queens Wharf is in the CBD of Brisbane, the development will feature iconic contemporary architecture created by Cottee Parker, alongside beautifully restored heritage buildings and provide locals and tourists with more than 12 football fields of public space to enjoy. Forming 10% of the CBD footprint, it will strengthen Brisbane’s reputation as an international tourism, leisure and entertainment destination.

Brisbane apartment of the week: Queens Wharf Residences, Brisbane CBD
Queens Wharf Residences. Image supplied.

U: If a buyer was deciding between Queens Wharf Residences and a similar residential development in the area, what do you think makes Queens Wharf Residences unique and the favourable option? 

MB: I do not believe there is a similar development in Brisbane that comes close to the Queens Wharf Development. The $3.6 billion integrated resort is unrelieved in the Brisbane market. It will create new riverfront spaces, fine and casual dining options to suit every taste and budget, exciting nightlife and entertainment, local and international retail brands, world-class 4.5, 5- & 6-star hotels, and private residences.

Brisbane apartment of the week: Queens Wharf Residences, Brisbane CBD
Queens Wharf Residences. Image supplied.

U: In your opinion, what are some of the best amenities on-site or nearby?

MB: Apart from the 12 football sized public space and the Integrated Resort Developpement, there is more than 50 bars and restaurants, access to the Neville Bonner pedestrian bridge to South Bank, access to the brand new Star Casino and the soon to be world-renowned sky deck that sits more than 100 meters above street level and has a maximum capacity of 1500 people. 

Queens Wharf Residences amenities: 

 Exclusive residential facilities:

  • 22m lap pool  
  • Spas
  • Pool lounges
  • Indoor/outdoor seating areas
  • BBQ and dining areas and facilities
  • Residents’ lounges
  • Private dining rooms
  • Cinema
  • Steam room and sauna
  • Gymnasium  
  • Yoga spaces
  • Wine lounge
  • Business centre
Brisbane apartment of the week: Queens Wharf Residences, Brisbane CBD
Queens Wharf Residences. Image supplied.

U: What was the inspiration behind the design of the development?

MB: World-class structure & facilities that rivals other major world cities.

Brisbane apartment of the week: Queens Wharf Residences, Brisbane CBD
Queens Wharf Residences. Image supplied.

U: If you had to use only five words to describe Queens Wharf Residences, what would they be? 

MB: Brisbane's World-class Integrated Resort Development 

Olivia Round

Olivia Round

Olivia Round is the Features Editor of urban.com.au. Olivia specialises in news reporting, in-depth editorial content and video + podcast interviews with industry experts.

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