Development site seen from across the river
|Location||300 George Street, Brisbane, Queensland
|Floor area||68,781 m2 (740,350 sq ft)|
|Design and construction|
|Developer||Shayher Group, Par Jar Group|
Brisbane Quarter (also known as 300 George Street) is a development consisting of three buildings; residential apartments, an office tower and hotel tower, on the old Law Courts site bordered by George, Adelaide and Ann streets and North Quay in Brisbane, Australia.
The proposed developments includes:
- 262-metre (860 ft), 82-storey residential Tower 1 on the corner of North Quay and Adelaide Street. The tower, designed by Zenx Architects, will include 428 apartments. It will become Brisbane's second tallest building when completed;
- 182-metre (597 ft), 38-storey office Tower 3 on the corner of George and Ann streets. The tower, designed by Zenx Architects, will consist of 58,209m2 of office space;
- 127-metre (417 ft), 36-storey five-star Tower 2 on the corner of Ann Street and North Quay. The tower, designed by DBI Architects, will be occupied by W Hotels and will include 305 hotel rooms, presidential & executive suites, health spa with pools.
A retail shopping mall, that will include a master ballroom, conference facilities and retail stores is proposed underneath the towers on the first three floors.
The former Law Courts site was purchased by the Shayher Group, part of the Taiwan-based developer Par Jar Group in May 2013. The development application was lodged with the Brisbane City Council in November and approved in December 2013.
- Tony Moore (November 5, 2013). "DA lodged for George Street tower". brisbanetimes. Fairfax Media. Retrieved 27 November 2013.
- "300 George Street – Brisbane’s Largest Integrated CBD Development". brisbanedevelopment.com. November 2, 2013. Retrieved 27 November 2013.
- Kim Stephens (December 3, 2013). "Council to give $800m George Street redevelopment the green light". Fairfax Media. Retrieved 10 December 2013.
- Brisbane Quarter at 300 George Street Complex – The Skyscraper Center. Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat. Retrieved 18 June 2016
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