Skyline Apartments

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Skyline Apartments
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General information
StatusComplete
TypeResidential
Location30 Macrossan Street
Brisbane, QLD
Coordinates27°27′47″S 153°01′58″E / 27.462942°S 153.032711°E / -27.462942; 153.032711Coordinates: 27°27′47″S 153°01′58″E / 27.462942°S 153.032711°E / -27.462942; 153.032711
Construction startedJuly 2005[1]
Completed2007
OpeningSeptember 2007
Height
Roof150.0 m (492.1 ft)[2]
Technical details
Floor count47[2]
Design and construction
ArchitectNettleton Tribe [2]
DeveloperSeymour Group/ Ariadne Property
Structural engineerRobert Bird Group
Main contractorWatpac Construction[1]

Skyline Apartments is a skyscraper in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia located in the CBD residential precinct known as Petrie Bight. Upon completion it was the third tallest residential building in Brisbane.[3]

The 2,631 m2 site was formerly home to the 4BC Radio Studios, and is located on the Brisbane River in close proximity to the Story Bridge.[4] The upper levels of the tower boast spectaculars views down both reaches of the Brisbane River.

The building contains 192 residential apartments, including two 2-level penthouse apartments. It is designed by Brisbane-based nettletontribe architects.[2] Uniquely for a CBD building, the complex also includes tennis court as well as a gym, steam room and heated pool.[2]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Cameron, Fiona (28 July 2005). "Watpac joins Ariadne's Brisbane CBD venture". The Australian (1 - All-round Country ed.). p. 41. ISSN 1038-8761.
  2. ^ a b c d e "Sky high living in the CBD". The Courier-Mail (1 - First with the news ed.). 9 February 2008. p. H02. ISSN 1322-5235.
  3. ^ "Skyline on view". The Courier-Mail (1 - First with the news ed.). 6 October 2007. p. H08. ISSN 1322-5235.
  4. ^ Butler, Dianne (21 May 2003). "Riverside land sale heralds luxury living". The Courier-Mail (1 - First with the news ed.). p. 3. ISSN 1322-5235.

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