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Eagle Street Pier Redevelopment Lodged, Brisbane City

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The $2.1 billion transformation of the Eagle Street Pier and Waterfront Place precinct is a step closer, after commercial property group Dexus lodged the development application with Brisbane City Council.

The development application has now been lodged with Brisbane City Council for assessment, in accordance with the Planning Act and Council’s Planning Scheme.  Pending the outcome of the planning assessment and all relevant development approvals, the redevelopment of the Eagle Street Pier site could commence in 2022 and the first tower envisioned to be delivered in 2026.

Waterfront Brisbane is set to deliver a global-standard business and tourist destination that aims to maximise its prime riverside location with enhanced open spaces and amenity and a revitalised premier waterfront dining hub.

The master plan of the Waterfont Brisbane Precinct includes two commercial towers of 52 and 44 floors, a vibrant active retail area and approximately 9000 square metres of revitalised public realm including a portion of new city reach Riverwalk.



Kate Jones, Minister for State Development  outlined that the ‘Waterfront Brisbane’ was a city-shaping development, which Dexus estimates has the potential to create more than 1000 construction jobs over the next decade and breathe new life into an aging section of the city’s much-loved riverside.

We understand that new infrastructure is crucial to the Queensland’s economic recovery”. “This is a major milestone in a project that will create thousands of jobs for locals in years to come”. “The government has been working closely with Dexus to make this happen”.

“Lodgement of the development applications for Waterfront Brisbane is a great step in the right direction and a a vote of confidence in the Queensland economy.” Ms Jones said.

Project Details
– Two mixed-use towers on the Eagle Street Pier site

– Riverfront restaurants, casual eateries and shops
– Revitalised public realm and new spaces to enjoy
– Approximately 7900sqm of open space
– Approximately 3900 square metres in the Eagle Street Pier area),
– A market square and steps and urban verandah terraces
– Extension of the City Reach Riverwalk
– New ‘green’ corridor connecting Eagle Street to the Riverwalk
– Enhanced City Reach Riverwalk supporting cyclists and pedestrians
– Upgraded wharf facilities supporting commercial and river tourism operations
– Support the delivery of a new City Reach ferry terminal
– Upgrade to the Creek Street and Charlotte Street intersection to improve pedestrian connectivity



Ross Du Vernet, Chief Investment Officer for Dexus outlined that Waterfront Brisbane would unlock the considerable potential of the Brisbane CBD gateway site which had remained under-developed for almost 30 years.

“Waterfront Brisbane will be a great outcome for Brisbane with the renewal of the city’s premium business district, activation of the river and improvements to the Riverwalk,” he said.

“The project’s scale and central riverfront location will firmly establish Waterfront Brisbane as a world class destination and is set to reshape the daily experience of the many people who visit and work there” Mr Du Verne said.

Brisbane is a vibrant city and the Queensland Government is proud to support world-class developments like Queens Wharf and Waterfront Brisbane that deliver contemporary spaces while supporting thousands of construction and operational jobs.

Timeframe (pending approval processes)
– Mid 2020 – Development application submission
– 2022 – Eagle St Pier commence construction
– 2026 – First towers completed

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– Media StatementMulti-billion-dollar Brisbane development forges ahead
– Images: Sourced from Brisbane City Council
– Interactive Image: Google Aerial and Streetview

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