Brisbane Skytower

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Brisbane Skytower
Brisbane Skytower seen from level 45 of 111 Eagle Street, Brisbane closeup.jpg
Brisbane Skytower under construction as of 3 July 2018
General information
Status Under construction
Type Residential
Location 222 Margaret Street, Brisbane, Australia
Coordinates 27°28′18.16″S 153°01′43″E / 27.4717111°S 153.02861°E / -27.4717111; 153.02861Coordinates: 27°28′18.16″S 153°01′43″E / 27.4717111°S 153.02861°E / -27.4717111; 153.02861
Construction started 2012
Completed 2018 - 2019
Roof 270 m (886 ft)
Technical details
Floor count 90
Grounds 5,600 square metres (60,000 sq ft)[1]
Design and construction
Developer Billbergia and AMP Capital
Main contractor Hutchinson Builders

Brisbane Skytower (nicknamed Bon Bon) is a 270-metre (890 ft) skyscraper under construction at 222 Margaret Street in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. The 90-storey residential tower will become Brisbane's tallest building when completed.

Brisbane Skytower will be one of two buildings in the 111+222 development; the other being a 42-storey, five-star Westin hotel at 111 Mary Street which was sold in September 2015 to the Felicity Hotel Group and now known as Mary Lane.[2]

The residential tower will include 1,138 one, two and three-bedroom apartments as well as sub-penthouse and penthouse apartments. A recreation deck, on the 89th floor, will feature Australia’s highest infinity-edge swimming pool.[3] An eight-level basement car park is included in the project, containing a total of 980 spaces.[4]

Two skyscrapers proposed for the site by the Billbergia Group and AMP Capital with heights of 270 and 131 metres (886 and 430 ft), were approved by Brisbane City Council in October 2014.

Hutchinson Builders were appointed to construct the project in early 2016. The towers are expected to be completed in 2018-19.[5][6]

The project is being developed by Billbergia and AMP Capital with US funds giant Invesco providing debt funding.

The site was the location for the cancelled Vision Brisbane project.

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  1. ^ "Key Project (Technical)". Billbergia. Retrieved 20 April 2015. 
  2. ^ "Business News From Australia & World |". Retrieved 2016-09-26. 
  3. ^ "New Brisbane residential tower to become city's tallest". News Limited. 8 November 2014. Retrieved 18 December 2014. 
  4. ^ "'Bon-Bon' tower to hit 274 metres". Tony Moore. Brisbane Times. November 8, 2011. Retrieved 25 November 2011. 
  5. ^ Rosanne Barrett (October 22, 2014). "Skytower just part of hole story". The Australian. Retrieved 31 October 2014. 
  6. ^ "Brisbane's tallest tower on its way". Editorial Desk AAU. Architecture Media Pty Ltd. 16 Apr 2015. Retrieved 20 April 2015. 

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