Height limits in Australian cities are being put to the test as developers continue to propose cloud-piercing skyscrapers at altitudes never before seen on the island. World Class Land, a subsidiary of Singapore-based Aspial Corporation, is one such developer. According to a submitted application which surfaced on the Brisbane City Council website, they are planning a mammoth 91-storey skyscraper adjacent to the equally mammoth Brisbane Skytower.
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The $600 million (AUD) development will hold a pair of 134-metre sculptural towers defined by contrasting dark glass and white vertical embellishments. The twisting verticality means that each level will feature a distinct floor plan. Residents will be served by 490 parking spaces, with another 40 dedicated to their visitors. A total of 808 stalls have been proposed to accommodate the range of uses on the site.
(Full article)Welcome to the Brisbane Quarter
Brisbane Quarter encompasses a complete city block with Brisbane River views and will include Australia’s first purpose-built W Hotel, two levels of riverside dinning and luxury retail shopping beneath a 40-storey state-of-the-art Prime Grade office tower, as well as an 82-storey luxury residential apartment building.