Twin Tower Proposal for Hope St

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38 Hope Street will soon see two twin residential towers rise 28 levels above South Brisbane.

In what is planned to be the new residential extension of the CBD, South Brisbane is now home to 9 residential tower projects either proposed, approved or under construction.

  • Austin (Under Construction)
  • Fish Lane (Under Construction)
  • Edge (Under Construction)
  • Arena (Under Construction)
  • Canvas (Under Construction)
  • Soda (Presales)
  • Botanica Residences (Presales)
  • 38 Hope Street (Proposed)
  • 35 Merivale Street (Proposed)

With so much competition, architects are designing better, higher quality designs that Brisbane has not ever seen before.

The architect’s behind 38 Hope Street is Brisbane’s RotheLowmanWhite, who also designed Austin and The Glass Factory.

38 Hope Street comprises of mixed use development of 2 towers with retail space on ground floor.

Tower 1 (Stage 1):

  • 198 apartment units
  • 179 resident car spaces + 4 visitor car spaces

Tower 2 (Stage 2):

  • 147 apartment units
  • 121 resident car spaces

The project includes a rooftop recreation level on level 29.

The submission of 38 Hope Street follows the recent release of Soda Apartments in Cordelia Street which includes a rooftop pool and recreation deck on level 20.

DA Number (A003742446)

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By 12 reviewer(s)

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    Roy - 0430460385

    Display unit is available now, please let me know you are interested to meet up and inspect the site.

    October 14, 2014

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    Yianni

    Where can I find more about this development.

    June 13, 2014

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    B Carrey

    A building design like this is going to change the face of Brisbane City.

    November 6, 2013

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    B

    I bought some retro shleves from harvey norman in 2000 that looked like this building. hmm

    November 5, 2013

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    Mick S

    This area is undergoing a dramatic transformation. The infrastructure and public amenity is world class, makes sense to continue the supply of residential developments; especially on this large scale.

    November 4, 2013

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    Adam H

    Great to see planning for the future is happening now! With the inner city living increasing in demand, planners and developers alike need to be thinking outside the box. I like what I’m seeing from Aria Property Group.

    November 1, 2013

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    blacknganga

    The black and white tower is a good looking piece, I suppose it could be described as being within the “international modern” style

    November 1, 2013

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    JayWill

    The architectural design looks pretty impressive. Where can I found out more about this?

    November 1, 2013

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    SuzziWuzz

    South Brisbane is coming along quite well; I hope they keep this up.

    October 31, 2013

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    Kyle

    Such an interesting design for a unique area. I think this will really support the ongoing gentrification of South Brisbane.

    October 31, 2013

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