12 Storey Residential Development Proposed for 41-43 Regent Street, Woolloongabba

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Artist's impression 41-43 Regent Street, Woolloongabba
Artist's impression of 41-43 Regent Street, Woolloongabba

A development application has been submitted by Regent Development Pty Ltd for a new twelve storey residential building located at 41-43 Regent Street, Woolloongabba.

Designed by Cottee Parker, the development comprises of 54 one, two and three bedroom apartments and 68 bike spaces across a 1,016 square metre site.

The site is located 400 metres away from the Buranda Bus and Rail stations with the Princess Alexandra Hospital approximately three blocks away.

Artist's impression 41-43 Regent Street, Woolloongabba
Artist’s impression of 41-43 Regent Street, Woolloongabba
Artist's impression of front entry of 41-43 Regent Street, Woolloongabba
Artist’s impression of front entry of 41-43 Regent Street, Woolloongabba

Development Breakdown:

  • x10 One Bedroom Apartments
  • x42 Two Bedroom Apartments
  • x2 Three Bedroom Apartments
  • x54 Apartments Total

The development features a rooftop recreation deck which would include tropical plantings, lawn, a barbecue and dining area as well as a spa.

According to the development application, the architects aim to convey a distinct architectural language driven by strong horizontal banding and indentations across the length of the facade

Landscaped planters are proposed to create a green spine up the building facade which hopes to soften the transitional space between tower elements.

The development application number for this project is A004735242.

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