Stockwell's South Brisbane Twin-Tower; Cedar Woods Unveiled Greville; Ascot Aurora Construction Progress

Olivia RoundOctober 6, 20200 min read

Stockwell's South Brisbane Twin-Towner

Stockwell have recently lodged plans for a twin-tower residential development along Fish Lane, at 30 Merivale Street in South Brisbane.

From architects MODE Design, the development application features two thin residential towers, standing at 23 and 27 storeys tall. Incorporating 124 apartments and ample ground floor retail space, the project would further activate the already thriving Fish Lane precinct.

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The design features elegant brickwork and planter boxes which bookend the building’s podium, with residential amenities such as the pool, gym, gardens and even a dog park located directly above. The West End and South Brisbane areas have undoubtedly added a significant amount of new residents in the last few years, and the thousands of approved apartments will continue to add even more. With Aria Living's Fish Lane Town Square also nearing completion, the precinct will further cement its status as a bustling hub offering the best of Brisbane’s food and art scene.

 

Cedar Woods Unveiled Greville

Cedar Woods have unveiled plans for Greville, a new $180 million+ masterplanned community in Wooloowin, which will feature a mix of terrace homes, apartments, and heritage residences. The urban village will be home to over 250 homes and apartments on completion, in addition to plenty of amenities for residents and a 4,000sqm park which will be open to the public.

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Designed by Rothelowman, Greville will contain three apartment buildings - the tallest of which will top out at six storeys, and its first stage of townhomes will offer city views for residents. With Form Landscape Architects also at the helm, the community will feature leafy, tree-lined internal roads and pathways, landscaped to create a lush family-oriented community within Wooloowin.

The name Greville pays homage to prominent architect Francis Drummond Greville Stanley who designed the Holy Cross Laundry situated on the site, which opened in 1889. Stanley’s other noteworthy designs include Brisbane's General Post Office and the Queensland Club.

 

Ascot Aurora Construction Progress

Earthworks and early construction are well underway at Ascot’s massive new development, Ascot Aurora by Poly Global.

BDA Architects and Latitude 27 have designed a diverse range of 234 townhomes, free-standing residences, and apartments with wellness principles in mind to facilitate air flow, light and consideration for Brisbane’s subtropical climate.

The intertwined green spine, pocket parks, pedestrian walkways as well as bike paths are incorporated to promote ease of movement, walking and biking within the community. Ascot Aurora will also provide residents with an exclusive pool, function space, gym and media room.

All of the community facilities, green spaces and the highly anticipated 6,000m2 park are currently on track for completion in Q1 2021, with the on-site display suite due to open early next year as well.

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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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Stockwell
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