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Northshore Hamilton will undergo a spectacular transformation to become the main Athletes’ Village for the Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games – further cementing its reputation as Brisbane’s riverfront lifestyle precinct. “The Olympics will do for Northshore Hamilton what Expo...
Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner has revealed a new multi-use parkland precinct is being planned on the banks of the Brisbane River as part of his Council’s commitment to the Brisbane 2032 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Cr Schrinner made the announcement...
Cornerstone Healthcare Property (CHP) Fund has turned the first sod for a new $42 million Chermside Health Hub. In recent research commissioned by CHP Fund, Hardes & Associates uncovered data showing that in Chermside over the next 14 years the...
Brisbane – Drillfast, a construction supplier and a technical construction consultant, is excited for its upcoming first photography contest called Drillshot 2021. This contest is a Drillfast’s effort to support art and culture in Australia. This will be held from...
The winner is... Brisbane! The International Olympic Committee has voted in Tokyo and Brisbane has officially secured the right to host the world's largest event, the Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2032. Seven years ago when the bid planning...
An updated development application has been submitted by Mount Cathay Pty Ltd for a new mixed-use 30-story building which would house Torrens University's new Brisbane campus at 250 Wickham Street, Fortitude Valley. The Walton's Emporium site was subject to an...
International property developer SPG Land, in a joint-venture with Australia developer Gordon Corp, has submitted plans for a major transformation of Surfers Paradise with an design that would deliver one of the largest residential resort projects ever undertaken on...
A detailed animation showing how a future light rail route beyond Burleigh might look has been released to coincide with the start of community consultation. Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said major transport infrastructure projects like the light rail were an important...
Queensland-based build-to-rent operator Arklife has announced details of two new Brisbane projects that will add more than 350 apartments to the city’s undersupplied rental market. Construction of the first project, Arklife Robertson Lane in Fortitude Valley’s James precinct, is almost...
A development application has been submitted by the CFMEU for a 30 storey Build-to-Rent residential development project located at 19-25 Campbell Street, Bowen Hills. The project site, which is owned by the Construction Forestry Mining & Energy Industrial Union of...
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