Japanese developer Sekisui House has lodged development plans for the second stage of its controversial West Village project in Brisbane's West End.
The $800 million mixed-use precinct, which is the company’s first inner-city masterplanned project in Queensland, is broken up into three stages and includes seven residential buildings.
Stage 1, which includes two 14-storey residential buildings, will create 329 apartments as well as two luxury town homes.
Plans for a second stage have been lodged outlining two further residential towers connected with a common podium.
The Plus Architecture designed towers will be positioned at the north-western end of the site, along Mollison Street and the proposed Little Jane Lane.
The buildings comprise 163 apartments in total, divided into 53 apartments in the north tower and 110 in the south tower with a mixture of 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom apartments.
When complete West Village will include seven residential buildings and about 13,000sq m of retail and commercial space and one hectare of open space all linked by pedestrian and cycle laneways.
Up to 70 per cent of the 14,000sq m of retail space on offer has been taken with Woolworths having committed to a full line supermarket that will open in mid-2020.
Work is currently under way on a 1500-bay underground car park while residents are scheduled to start moving into Stage 1 towers, Park and Lexington, later this year.
West Village is expected to be finished about 2023.