Tower reveal: Plans lodged for boutique Indooroopilly tower in Brisbane

A company associated with local developer and Verrecchio Property Group director Sandro Alberti has lodged plans to the Brisbane City Council

Tower reveal: Plans lodged for boutique Indooroopilly tower in Brisbane
Tower reveal: Plans lodged for boutique Indooroopilly tower in Brisbane

Brisbane's Indooroopilly is set for a new boutique apartment tower.

A company associated with local developer and Verrecchio Property Group director Sandro Alberti has lodged plans to the Brisbane City Council for a 35 apartment block on Clarence Road.

Alberti paid $3 million for the 1,215 sqm block at 109-113 Clarence Road which had been marketed by Cushman & Wakefield as a boutique mixed-use development site which allows for up to eight storeys.

Tower reveal: Plans lodged for boutique Indooroopilly tower in Brisbane

There's already plans by Prospect Architecture for an eight level tower, not including the two basement levels of garaging. Crowning the development will be a communal rooftop with swimming pool. 

The plans suggest the development will be called The Fairmont.

There will be three two bedroom apartments and two three bedroom units on each level.

"Each unit is designed to encourage open plan living, with kitchen, dining room and living room opening onto balcony private open space", the proposal reads.

Tower reveal: Plans lodged for boutique Indooroopilly tower in Brisbane

"Visually, the contemporary building design is consistent with the intent and character of the precinct.

"This includes a variety of materials and textures through brick cladding, rendered and painted blockwork, horizontal cladding, and metal battens assisting in the reduction of overall built form.

"The proposed landscaping and open space areas ensure the site is adequately vegetated, providing amenity for residents as well as adjoining neighbours and the relevant streetscape."

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Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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