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.

6 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.

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