Developer Submits Plans for Dual Towers at Cleveland Street in Stones Corner

A developer has recently submitted plans for a new residential development at Cleveland Street in Stones Corner, which features two towering buildings connected by a unique “skybridge.”

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The towers, which are being proposed for 75-85 Cleveland Street, are set to accommodate a total of 226 modern apartments, ranging from one to four bedrooms. Each tower will stretch 12 storeys into the sky, offering breathtaking views of the surrounding area.

Designed by NMDS Architecture, this project stands out with the inclusion of rooftop recreation areas, bringing a touch of luxury and leisure to the residents’ doorstep..

Artist’s impression of rooftop communal space (Photo credit: NMDS Architecture)

The two rooftop spaces will be connected by a “skybridge,” which not only serves as a physical link between the buildings but also enhances convenience for residents by allowing them to seamlessly access the entire recreation area. 

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Photo credit: NMDS Architecture

To create a harmonious and visually appealing design, the skybridge and the buildings themselves will incorporate soft landscaping elements, providing a refreshing touch of greenery amidst the urban setting.

The communal open space areas on the rooftop will feature an array of facilities to enhance residents’ recreational opportunities.

The proposed amenities include a manager’s office, mail room, community garden, dog walk area, yoga lawn, dining and function area, theatre, alfresco dining spaces, a pool and communal deck, as well as changing rooms and bathrooms. Additionally, a fully equipped gymnasium will be available to cater to the residents’ fitness needs.

Parking provisions have also been taken into consideration, with a total of 273 car spaces allocated for residents, including 10 dedicated share car spaces, and an additional 57 spaces for visitors. The development will offer 226 bike parking spaces for residents and an additional 57 for visitors.

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Street level perspective of main entry (Photo credit: NMDS Architecture)

Planners at B Planned and Surveyed said the proposed height is consistent with community expectation and the proposal itself is consistent with the strategic intent of the High density residential zone and Eastern corridor neighbourhood plan.

“There is a strategic benefit to locating higher intensity residential development within a well serviced part of Brisbane, which is reflected within the outcomes sought for the zone and within the Strategic Framework,” B Planned and Surveyed noted.

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For further information about the development application, visit Brisbane City Council’s PD Online and use the reference A006270233.

Published 17-June-2023