Multiplex to Commence Construction on ‘The One’ Next Month

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Artist's impression of 'The One' at Brisbane Quarter
Artist's impression of 'The One' at Brisbane Quarter

Multiplex has been chosen by developer Shayher Group to build the third and final residential tower known as ‘The One’ of the Brisbane Quarter precinct.

Construction on the $300 million 84 storey residential tower will begin next month and will complete the transformation of the key inner Brisbane CBD site when complete in late 2021.

“As the builder of Brisbane Quarter’s two other buildings, we’re delighted that Shayher Group has selected us to build ‘The One’,” said Multiplex Regional Managing Director Graham Cottam.

“This has been a truly five star project to be involved with and one which is cementing Brisbane’s position as Australia’s new world city.”

Encompassing an entire city block and just metres away from the under construction Queens Wharf development, Brisbane Quarter includes the soon to open 34 storey ‘W Brisbane’ hotel as well as a 42 storey commercial tower ‘300 George’ due for completion in mid-2019.

Aerial image of Brisbane Quarter in Brisbane's CBD
Aerial image of Brisbane Quarter in Brisbane’s CBD

“In just a few short weeks the doors will be open on the W Brisbane, Brisbane Quarter’s first building, bringing a new level of luxury and leisure to the city,” Mr Cottam said.

“It’s a stunning building, and one we have been proud to build for Shayher Group.

“Together with 300 George and The One, we know we are building a five star destination for Brisbane and something that we will all be proud of.”

Formerly the site of the Supreme Court of Queensland, the Brisbane Quarter precinct occupies 7,892 square metres of prime riverfront inner-city land and fronts North Quay, George, Adelaide and Ann Streets.

Artist's impression of new W Hotel
Artist’s impression of new W Hotel

“It’s amazing to see how this development has already changed Brisbane’s CBD,” Mr Cottam said.

“Just a few years ago as the site of the former Supreme Court of Queensland this site was not particularly inviting for the general public to say the least.

“Shayher Group deserves to be congratulated to their bold vision to create a truly world leading destination for people to work, rest and play in Brisbane.”

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    Bill Bailey

    Brisbane city is growing into stunning world class precinct.If you don’t like it pack up your keyboard move on !

    July 14, 2018

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    Kerry

    In addition to a Progressive City that will create mass employment, tourism which adds to Cultural Enrichment, you encourage all this communication. Who’d have thought strangers could engage in Robust Banter without causing any harm.
    Personal I embrace the progress and development this City undergoing. I think the planning has allowed time to prevent “Construction Crowding” mistakes that other Cities experience. The Vision of Brisbane is a Healthy and Accessibly Interactive City. I too remember the tallest Building Town Hall, it’s the case in every city. I also remember being a child, point is everything develops. Well done everyone for INTERACTING!!

    May 18, 2018

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    Neryssah S.

    I cant wait to seeyou either , Zahi! 🙂

    May 7, 2018

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    Zahi

    It should be in it highest point and I can’t wait to see you

    May 4, 2018

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    Julie Lloyd

    Your buildings that you believe are so wonderful are ruining our cities. They create wind tunnels, permanently shaded areas and do not improve the skyline by adding to them. Don’t imagine in your love for these building developments that everybody else loves them too.

    May 3, 2018

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      May 4, 2018

      Well, I live here too and these buildings are definitely improving the inner city appearance in my view. Also I havent noticed any particular issue with “wind tunnels” as claimed and I work in the city. I remember well how Brisbane looked only a couple years back, and it was emblematic of the backward attitude commonly still associated with QLD. Its overdue this city arrives in the 21st century and this is happening now. There’s always plenty of opportunities up north if you wish to continue living in a town, not a city.

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