Residential Tower Proposed for 37-39 Manning Street, South Brisbane

Artist's impression of 37-39 Manning Street, South Brisbane
Artist's impression of 37-39 Manning Street, South Brisbane

A development application has been submitted for the development of a two-stage 16 storey residential tower located at 37-39 Manning Street, South Brisbane.

Proposed by Zengerfield Pty Ltd & Xiahong Derveniza, the 144 unit development is a revised DA from a previously approved 12 storey application.

The new proposal involves five added levels which include 29 additional 2 bedroom units, 7 additional 3 bedroom units, and 22 less 1 bedroom units.

Development Rundown:

  • x6 one Bedroom apartments
  • x118 two Bedroom apartments
  • x20 three Bedroom apartments
  • x144 apartments total
  • x2 ground floor retail tenancies
  • Small rooftop communal space included in both stages
Stage 1 & 2 of the proposed development at 37-39 Manning Street, South Brisbane
Stage 1 & 2 of the proposed development at 37-39 Manning Street, South Brisbane

 

Artist's impression of 37-39 Manning Street, South Brisbane
Artist’s impression of 37-39 Manning Street, South Brisbane
Artist's impression of 37-39 Manning Street, South Brisbane
Artist’s impression of 37-39 Manning Street, South Brisbane

Whilst it is noted that the majority of existing heights over 12 storeys have been achieved as a result of the sites respective Neighbourhood Plan designation, a select few have achieved Performance Outcomes over the prescribed 12 storey height limit.

In particular, Council approved a Mixed Use development (now referred to as ‘Opera’), upon land at 47-49 Cordelia Street. The development was for Multi-Unit Dwellings (181 units), Shop, Office and Restaurant, and achieved a height of 17 storeys. – Development application.

The development application number for this project is A005092847.

14 COMMENTS

  1. Two driveway entries? Way to ruin the streetscape by destroying any chance of having extra trees to try and hide the below-average-yield-addicted-TESLA-ripp-off design from street level.

  2. This is horrid, hope it gets rejected, so many new-age apartments coming up that are architecturally fantastic, can tell this is just a money grab by a greedy wannabe developer

  3. dont understand how theyd be able to just add an extra few levels and think its fine considering most surrounding aren’t that high apart from the multi-use. has to be special like ‘the standard’ proposed by aria

  4. I live on manning street and can’t wait too move. So cramped, no parking and not a family friendly area anymore, too noisy. Such ashame. Concrete jungle!

  5. Around half of each facade is huge garage entrance – woeful urban design and bad for pedestrian amenity. Why can’t both stages share a smaller, shared driveway? Why can’t we get this right in Brisbane?

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