Stones Corner Readies for Sky-High Transformation with New Apartment Approval

Stones Corner

As a dramatic skybridge connects a two-tower apartment complex, a new era is beginning in Stones Corner. 



Situated just off Hanlon Park, on a sprawling 3,846-square-metre site at 73-85 Cleveland Street, the development marks a significant addition to the evolving urban landscape on the cusp of the Woolloongabba Olympic precinct.

The project, which Peter Gartshore and the family-run Idec Group are spearheading, promises 226 apartments in a variety of styles to meet different living needs. But it’s the architectural vision of NMDS that truly stands out. A skybridge will connect two rooftop havens atop the towers, giving residents access to a sizable 1273 square meter oasis.

Highlights of the Stones Corner Development:

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Rooftop Recreation: A pool, spa, terrace, gym, sauna, dining areas (both indoor and outdoor), a theatre, a community garden, and even a dedicated dog walking zone are all part of the sky-high offerings.

Green Living: Extensive landscaping by Wild Studio will see the building adorned with vertical green walls, feature trees, and lush gardens, creating a cool, inviting micro-climate.


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Transport Options: Three basement levels will house 330 cars, while a car share system with 10 electric vehicles and ample bicycle parking (with a workshop) will encourage sustainable mobility.

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    Strategic Location: Situated within a growth node identified in the City Plan, the project addresses the housing needs of the region while providing proximity to amenities and transport links.

    This project signals a shift in Stones Corner, with a focus on higher-density living that seamlessly integrates green spaces and communal areas.  As the Woolloongabba Olympic precinct gears up for 2032, Stones Corner finds itself at the forefront of a revitalised urban identity.



    Published Date 21-May-2024