Anticipated opening of the repurposed Treasury building
Queen’s Wharf secures retail giant DFS for luxury shopping precinct
Queen’s Wharf Brisbane will deliver its new luxury shopping precincts after securing a deal with a retail giant that boasts 750 global luxury brands.
Part of the Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton (LVMH) Group, DFS is a global brand of luxury retail offerings. As part of an agreement announced today, T Galleria by DFS, Brisbane will be DFS’ largest location in Oceania, after its existing stores in Sydney and Cairns in Australia, and Auckland in New Zealand.
The Brisbane development is one of the most significant future projects for DFS, which will open a flagship offering – Samaritaine Paris Pont-Neuf by DFS – on Rue de Rivoli in the French capital later this year.
DFS’ three-level T Galleria Emporium in the historic Printery Building on George Street – plus a myriad of its luxury brands, including Louis Vuitton, housed across 16 free-standing stores – will make up the majority of the shopping precinct at Queen’s Wharf which would feature destination retail products f
State Government Unveils Queens Wharf Design Guidelines
New design guidelines released today will help transform the public space surrounding the Queen’s Wharf Brisbane (QWB) development into an inviting, world-class destination, under the guidance of some of Australia’s best design experts.
Deputy Premier and Minister for Planning Jackie Trad said the Queen’s Wharf design guidelines and the Palaszczuk Government’s newly appointed ‘Urban Design Panel’ of planning and design experts would ensure the Queen’s Wharf project delivered new high-quality public realm for our city.
“The Queen’s Wharf Priority Development Area is a major project which will transform the south-western edge of Brisbane’s CBD, attracting significant investment to our city and creating up to 3,000 jobs during construction and 8,000 ongoing jobs post-construction,” Ms Trad said.
“We know the people of Brisbane love well designed and attractive places and spaces and with these guidelines, our new specialist Urban Design Panel will ensure we
Queens Wharf Priority Development Area Approved
Brisbane is set for a massive jobs boost with the Queensland Government formally adopting the development scheme for the renewal of the Queen’s Wharf Brisbane Priority Development Area.
Click here to view the Queens Wharf Priority Development Area (PDA) development scheme.
Deputy Premier and Minister for Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning Jackie Trad said the Queensland Government, developed the scheme which will support up to 2,000 jobs during construction and 8,000 ongoing jobs.
“This development will transform and rejuvenate the under-utilised south-western edge of the Brisbane CBD, attract significant investment to the city and most importantly, create jobs for Queensland families,” Ms Trad said.
The Queen’s Wharf Brisbane Priority Development Area development scheme provides the planning framework for the assessment of the Destination Brisbane Co
Queen’s Wharf Brisbane delivers – jobs, public spaces, dollars
The lucrative final deal on the $3 billion Queen’s Wharf Brisbane development will deliver more than $1 billion to state coffers.
Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk today signed off on contractual close with Destination Brisbane Consortium (DBC) on the inner-city development that will also deliver:
12 football fields of enhanced public open space
a new pedestrian bridge from the CBD to South Bank
more than 2000 construction jobs and 8000 operational jobs.
“This is a key and exciting milestone because the DBC partners and government can now get this project moving,” Ms Palaszczuk said. “The benefits will start to flow soon, with the first instalme
DESTINATION BRISBANE WINS QUEENS WHARF BID
[caption id="attachment_10708" align="alignnone" width="1305"] Artist's impression of Queens Wharf from South Bank[/caption]
The Queensland Government has announced that Destination Brisbane Consortium - a group made up of Echo Entertainment, Chow Tai Fook and Far East Consortium has beaten Crown Casino in a bid to develop the lucrative Queens Wharf integrated resort.
After over a year of waiting, the decision has finally been called
Destination Brisbane Consortium announced as preferred proponent for Queen’s Wharf Brisbane development