Residential development planned for east Brisbane

The proposed building will contain 81 apartments

The development was designed by DKO Architecture and comprises 81 apartments spread over seven habitable levels.

The ground floor will accommodate two retail outlets, a resident gym and additional community space.

The proposed building will occupy a site of 2,653 m² and will comprise 55 two-bedroom apartments and 26 three-bed apartments.

The rooftop will feature common areas with a swimming pool, poolside seating, an outdoor dining area, a shaded area and a sunken lounge. The building will include two basement levels providing parking for 164 vehicles, as well as partial parking on the ground floor for visitors.

According to the development application, the building’s design was inspired by the Moreton Bay fig trees of Mowbray Park with sculpted columns that anchor the building and “provide a unique identity to the public interface”.

The site has three street frontages, Heidelberg and Northcote streets as well as Lytton Road.

The proposed development is the latest in a series of projects to improve and expand Queensland’s capital, which will host the 2032 Summer Olympics and Paralympics.

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