Plans Proposed to Demolish & Replace 25 Storey Suncorp Plaza Tower

Artist's impression of 343 Albert Street, Brisbane City
Artist's impression of 343 Albert Street

A development application has been lodged by Morris Property Group and Amalgamated Property Group to demolish the current Suncorp Plaza commercial tower and replace it with a new 30 storey commercial tower.

Under the proposal, 49,684 sqm of premium grade office space and ground floor retail is planned for 343 Albert Street as well as potential for conference and childcare facilities.

Artist's impression of 343 Albert street proposal from the sky
Artist’s impression of 343 Albert Street from the sky
Artist's impression of the foyer of 343 Albert Street
Artist’s impression of the foyer of 343 Albert Street

At 118 metres high, or 26 levels above ground, the Suncorp Plaza building, formerly known as the SGIO building was completed in 1971.

At the time of opening it was Brisbane’s tallest tower and featured a rotating restaurant which eventually was replaced with a 10 metre rooftop digital clock which remains to this day as Australia’s highest clock.

If approved, the Suncorp Plaza building will be Australia’s third tallest tower demolition behind Sydney’s State Office Block (128m) and CAGA House (125m).

Development Rundown

  • Designed by Guida Moseley Brown Architects
  • 49,684m2 encompassing a range of Centre Activities (Child care centre, Indoor sport and recreation, Food and drink outlet, Function facility, Office and Shop); and High Impact Industry use (stand-by generator)
  • A 30 storey tower
  • Three basement levels inclusive of 165 car parking spaces and end-of-trip-facilities;
    Vehicle access via an existing access from Roma Street into the basement car parking levels
  • Addition of 3 short-term stay and drop-off parking spaces along Albert Street.

The development application number for this project is A004722828.

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