Construction begins on The Ambrose; Coredelia Changes Lodged

Kokoda Property’s next Brisbane project, The Ambrose, has recently begun construction after Hutchinson Builders were appointed as builders. Arklife have lodged a minor change development application this week for a 29 storey, build to rent project at 13-17 Cordelia Street in South Brisbane. Dubbed ‘Cordelia’.
Jake Taylor November 5, 20200 min read

Construction begins on The Ambrose

Kokoda Property’s next Brisbane project, The Ambrose, has recently begun construction after Hutchinson Builders were appointed as builders. The $150 million luxury residential tower located in McDougall Street in Milton features 181 apartments across 19 storeys.

Designed by Cottee Parker Architects, the buildings’ façade comprises organic fins and ascending greenery in addition to an earthy palette for the interiors which creates tranquil, light-filled apartments. The Ambrose will be the second collaboration between Kokoda Property and Hutchinson Builders, with the pair recently completing the two-tower Chester & Ella project in Newstead.

And it of course wouldn’t be a contemporary Brisbane apartment development without a rooftop recreation deck, which Kokoda Property look to have knocked out of the park on this one. Make sure to take a peek at the exquisite finishes in the bathrooms, and the incredible kitchen islands.

Construction is scheduled for completion in 2022.

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Coredelia Changes Lodged

Arklife have lodged a minor change development application this week for a 29 storey, build to rent project at 13-17 Cordelia Street in South Brisbane. Dubbed ‘Cordelia’, the redesign reflects a similar scale of the previous approval, with the new proposal featuring 265 apartments and over 2,400sqm of communal space, in addition to retail and office uses in the heritage premises on site.

The redesign comes from local firm Rothelowman and features a stunning, six storey sky garden in the centre of the tower, opening up the core to natural light and views. Housing lush subtropical planting, Lat27 have also noted that the skygraden “acts as a series of indoor/outdoor spaces at the mid point of the building that provides residents with a mix of social, relaxation and working environments spread over a number of levels”.

Capped off by an eclectic rooftop, the tower would also offer residents stunning city views from the gardens and pool area. What do you think of the new design?

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