Gardner Vaughan Group lodge plans for Danby Lane, Nundah apartments

Known as Danby Lane due to its positioning next to Danby Laneway, the development will sit above five levels of basement parking, with a pool at the top of the podium.
The proposed 10-level tower. Image credit: Gardner Vaughan Group
Alison Warters April 6, 20220 min read

The Gardner Vaughan Group are taking to their own backyard, lodging plans for a 10-storey mixed-use residential development in Nundah.

Developed and designed by the group, the apartment tower at 1175 Sandgate Rd, Nundah, will comprise 47 apartments, set above a brick archway podium that will feature two ground-floor retail tenancies and 568 sqm of office space.

Above the brick arch podium, residential levels three through to eight are given a notably different articulated vertical built form that clearly distinguishes the tower from preceding levels.

There will be 19 one-bedroom apartments, eight two-bedders, 16 three-bedroom apartments and the largest on offer, six four-bedroom apartments.

Known as Danby Lane due to its positioning next to Danby Laneway, the development will sit over five levels of basement parking, with a pool at the top of the podium.

Enhancing the pedestrian links to Danby Lane, a large art mural has been included in the plans, interwoven with sculptured landscaping throughout.

Developed and designed by the group, the apartments tower will comprise 19 one-bedroom, eight two-bedroom, 16 three-bedroom and six four-bedroom apartments, atop a brick archway podium that will feature two ground-floor retail tenancies and 568 sqm of office space.

Above the brick arch podium, residential levels three through to eight are given a notably different articulated vertical built form that clearly distinguishes the tower from preceding levels.

Known as Danby Lane due to its positioning next to Danby Laneway, the development will sit over five levels of basement parking, with a pool at top of the podium.

Enhancing the pedestrian links to Danby Lane, a large art mural has been included in the plans, interwoven with sculptured landscaping throughout.


GVG's Danby Lane development would include a painted mural on the Danby Lane side of the development—the developer is approaching nearby businesses about being involved in the public art project.

Landing at 1175 Sandgate Road, Danby lane will feature a recreation area on level one, which will include a lap pool, barbecue area and a gym.

Crowning the apartments on level 10 will be the rooftop terrace, with a barbecue and seating areas.

Alison Warters

Alison Warters is a property journalist for Urban, based in Sydney. Alison is especially interested in the evolution of the New Build/Development space, when it comes to design innovation and sustainability.
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