QPI succeed in New Farm; Springfield Central and Windsor see new applications

Mark BaljakAugust 7, 20180 min read

Queensland Prime Investments has been given the green light to proceed with a high-end apartment development overlooking the Brisbane River.

Last week Brisbane City Council chose to endorse the luxury apartment development located across 80-86 Oxlade Drive, New Farm. bureau^proberts handled the design of the project's 39 dwellings which are spread over two buildings.

A water mall and sculptural centrepiece define the ground level space, with a rooftop pool and terrace also included. The Oxdale Drive project is expected to cater for the well heeled; the project's penthouse will reportedly sell between $6-8 million with full floor apartments below priced from $3 million plus.

80-86 Oxlade Drive is Queensland Prime Investments' maiden development, having reached planning during 2017. 

QPI succeed in New Farm; Springfield Central and Windsor see new applications
bureau^proberts have created 80-86 Oxlade Drive

Elsewhere in greater Brisbane, Plus Architecture has been busy designing an 8 storey apartment complex in Springfield Central. Last month proponent Springfield City Group took an application to Ipswich City Council looking to add another 74 dwellings to the existing Parkside residential development.

Springfield City Group is the appointed master developer of Greater Springfield, nominated as one of the nation’s fastest urban growth corridors. It is billed as the only fully master planned city to be built in Australia other than Canberra.

7004 Barry Alexander Drive is subject to the application, with Stage One already realising 66 dwellings.

The apartment mix for the pending addition sees 6 single, 49 dual and 13 triple-bedroom apartments in addition to 6 townhouses. Ground floor retail has been included within the scheme.

QPI succeed in New Farm; Springfield Central and Windsor see new applications
Plus Architecture's new Springfield Central design

Also late last month Mosaic Property Group moved a add to inner-city Windsor's emerging density, moving 24-28 Gallway Street to planning.

Proficient in low and mid-rise apartment projects, the developer hopes approval will be granted for the seven storey project set above two basement levels. The intended apartment mix consists of 41 dual bedroom and 15 triple bedroom apartments.

Mosaic Property Group's Gallway Street site is flanked either side by a quartet of existing five storey medium density apartment projects. The application would become the largest in the immediate vicinity.

QPI succeed in New Farm; Springfield Central and Windsor see new applications
Mosaic Property Group is adding to Windsor

Mark Baljak

Mark Baljak was a co-founder of Urban.com.au. He passed away on Thursday 8th of November 2018 after a battle with cancer. He was 37. Mark was a keen traveller, having visited all six permanently-inhabited continents and had a love of craft beer. One of his biggest passions was observing the change that has occurred in Melbourne over the past two decades. In that time he built an enormous library of photos, all taken by him, which tracked the progress of construction on building sites from across metropolitan Melbourne.
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