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Office Tower – Mary Street, Brisbane City


A development application has been lodged for a Commercial Tower, located 25 Mary Street and 98 & 98A Margaret Street, Brisbane City.

Designed by BVN Architects, the proposal seeks commercial offices, a small number of residential units and retail integrated into a forty six (46) storey tower (207.35m in height). The proposal includes a 5 storey podium that provides retail food tenancies, three level wellness centre and co-working areas.

Ground Floor

Ground Floor

The rear of the site will retain the existing Synagogue as part of the redevelopment. Attached to the tower, but separately access from the Synagogue via the Margaret Street is a proposed hall, amenities and six (6) residential units. The proposal includes a public cross-block link between Mary Street and Margaret Street along the western site boundary.

The proposal seeks to remove the low-rise commercial buildings fronting Mary Street to facilitate the proposed development.

Floor 1
Floor 2
Floor 3

The proposed development includes seven (7) basement floors to provide 242 car parking spaces, 21 motorcycle parking spaces and 3 PWD spaces. 416 bicycle parking spaces are provided throughout the car parking levels.

Ground Floor
The ground level includes an activated lobby with food tenancies and a series of lifts to the 46 storey office tower, as well as a cafe with seating. Vehicle and pedestrian access is provided from Mary Street.

Podium Floors 1-5
A spiral staircase and lifts provides internal access to the podium, with working areas provide on levels 1 to 3 and a wellness centre on levels 4 and 5.

Floor 6 – 43
– Variety of office floor sizes

Floor 44 and 45
– Penthouse residential suite with pool

Floor 4

Floor 5

The planners at Urbis, state “the proposed development is consistent with the intent of the both the zoning and the Centre or mixed use code by providing a well-designed, mixed use and integrated development that supports urban consolidation, and is commensurate with the existing built form in the surrounding area. The scale and intensity of the development is also typical of that expected within the city centre”.

“The development adopts a high-quality contemporary architectural scheme, that provides design aspects consistent with the style of the tower buildings surrounding the site”.

“The design of the development carefully considers its proximity to existing heritage listed Synagogue adjacent to the new building. The development significantly improves the dialogue between the building fabric and the surrounding CBD through both the design of the building and integrated annexe structure”.

The proposal is for 51,466.66sqm of gross floor area (GFA), with 1,495.01sqm (54.64%) of site cover over the 2,732sqm subject site.

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The Application Information and References
– Lodged: 14 January 2021
– Council Reference: A005637201
– Address: 25 Mary Street and 98 & 98A Margaret Street, Brisbane City
– Zone: Principal Centre
– Neighbourhood Plan: City Centre
– Application Report: Urbis
– Design Drawings: BVN Architects
– Landscape Design: FORM
– Interactive Image: Google Streetview and Aerial

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