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Multiple Dwellings – Peel & Merivale Streets, South Brisbane


A development application by Electrical Trades Union Queensland has been lodged for multiple dwellings, located at 37-41 Peel Street and the corner of Merivale Street, South Brisbane.

Designed by Nettltontribe, the proposal seeks three hundred and fifty eight (358) medium density residential apartments within a residential building that has a maximum building height of 30 storeys. The four storey podium provides a landscaped ground floor lobby with pedestrian entrances from Peel Street and Merivale Street. Four basement levels are provided, with three levels of car parking and bicycle storage provided above the ground floor in the podium.

The existing commercial office buildings will be removed to facilitate the proposed site redevelopment, within the Principal Centre (City Centre Precinct) zone and South Brisbane Neighbourhood Plan.

Development Details
– Seventy Seven (77) x Studio apartments
– One hundred and fifty four (154) x1 bedroom apartments
– One hundred and twenty seven (127) x2 bedroom apartments
– Build to rent inclusion in the design
– 1 level of basement car parking
– 3 levels of podium car parking
– Rooftop and upper level communal areas

Recreation Area (Levels 30 and 31)
– Lounge area
– Common Room
– Public Terrace
– Yoga Lawns and Wellness room
– Indoor Gym
– Outdoor Kitchen and dining

Recreation Area (Rooftop)
– Swimming pool
– Lounging areas
– Outdoor Kitchen and dining
– Entertainment areas
– Seating areas
– Landscaping

The proposal seeks 323 resident car parking spaces (313 residential and 10 visitor spaces) and 389 bicycle parking spaces within the 4 levels of the basement and 3 levels of the podium.

The planners at Urbis state, “The built form of the proposed development consists of a 30-storey tower, inclusive of a 4-storey podium on the lower levels. The design of the tower has been curated to capitalise on the prime inner-city location and access to world-class views, while responding to the sub-tropical climate of Brisbane. The upper two floors of the building provide high quality, functional communal open space, allowing all residents to enjoy sweeping scenic views of the city”.

“A view corridor has been provided through the building which runs from the Peel Street façade towards the north-western façade. This recessed corridor allows breeze and sunlight to permeate the tower, promoting ventilation and natural light. While this has functional benefits, it also contributes to the liveability and amenity, improving the quality of living for residents”.

The proposal seeks 24,080sqm of gross floor area, with 97.2% (1,787sqm) site cover over the 1,838sqm site area.

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The Application Information and References
– Date Lodged: 19 April 2022
– Council Reference: A005994528
– Address: 37-41 Peel Street, South Brisbane
– Zone: Principal Centre (City Centre Precinct)
– Neighbourhood Plan: South Brisbane
– Application Report: Urbis
– Design Drawings: Nettltontribe
– Landscape Design: AS design
– Developer: Electrical Trades Union Queensland
– Interactive Image: Google Aerial and Streetview

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