The iconic Arc SkyDeck and all the entertainment offerings of Queens Wharf seems to have overshadowed a little talked about but significant section of the overall Queens Wharf precinct, the future residential towers.
Despite little information being revealed about these three towers, there are a few things which can be observed from what has previously been released.
In total, Queens Wharf will have seven towers (including 1 William Street).
- Tower 1 – 43 levels (160m) RESIDENTIAL TOWER
- Tower 2 & 3 (below Arc Skydeck) – 26 levels (101m) CASINO AND HOTELS
- Tower 4 – 63 levels (200m) RESIDENTIAL TOWER
- Tower 5 – 49 levels (180m) HOTEL TOWER
- Tower 6 – 45 levels (160m) RESIDENTIAL TOWER
- Tower 7 (1 William Street) – 45 levels (224m) OFFICE – QUEENSLAND GOVERNMENT HEADQUARTERS
While the building’s designs are yet to be finalised, the architecture of the current residential towers are seen to have a stacked level design with several green spines running up each of the three towers. The residential tower closest to Parliament house is seen to have a cantilevered design over a public space below.
Tower 4, a 63 levels tower is one of four buildings which props up the Arc Skydeck structure.
Architects Cottee Parker Architects Steelman Partners and Jerde in Collaboration – Architect Integrated Resort Grimshaw – Bridge Architect ML Design (Architects) – Retail and Adaptive Re-Use Architects
BrisbaneDevelopment.com will keep you informed as soon as more information on the buildings comes to hand.