The Urban Developer recently published our first medium-density development round-up, covering five low-rise development proposals in Sydney.
This week we turn to sunny Queensland to seek out the latest in low- to medium-rise development in Brisbane – uncovering nearly $200 million worth of proposals that have recently entered planning assessment.
Its proximity to the University of Queensland and public transport makes Swann Road a popular destination for developers.
Sanchi Development has proposed a 6-storey Cottee Parker-designed project that will include 3-levels of basement parking.
The proposal is located nearby the Indooroopilly shopping centre and south-east bikeway with the Taringa Train Station and bus stops within 400 metres of the site.
The building will host a communal roof top terrace with views of Mt Coot-tha which will include a gym and BBQ facilities.
Local developer Mosaic Property has proposed a low-rise, five-storey development at 69-71 Swann Road in Taringa.
The 1,256sq m site was purchased for $3.1 million and will be developed to deliver 16 dwellings.
Subject to approvals, construction will start early next year and is expected to cost $19.2 million.
Developer Amersham Street Pty Ltd has lodged a proposal for a 5-storey residential development in Brisbane's hip suburb of West End.
The $20 million project will create 23 units as well as 39 car parks with an estimated $9 million construction cost.
Each apartment has its own balcony or private terraces with the building topped by a rooftop garden with a fireplace and BBQ for tenants to take advantage of city views.
The project will launch to market early-2019.
Editor's note: Adam Di Marco, founder of the Urban Developer, is a director of Amersham Street Pty Ltd.
Dennis Family Corporation has lodged plans for 32 triple-storey townhouses along 77 Walkers Way in Nundah.
The $21 million development, designed by Ellivo Architects, is spread across 7,069sq m of rural zoning.
The project will include of 4,902sq m of communal space and 1,556sq m of private open space.
The site is located in within a 1 km of Toombul Shopping Centre and 3.5 km of Brisbane Airport.
The Dennis Family told The Urban Developer construction was expected to start late-2019 following pre-sales.
The property group is also going to tender to select a construction partner for the project.
Springfield City Group's second stage development in the heart of Springfield Central will create 74 apartments as well as 196sq m of ground floor commercial and retail space.
The $39 million development, designed by Plus Architecture, will overlook Robelle Domain Parklands and will be walking distance from Orion Town Centre and Springfield Central Train Station.
Construction commencement will be dependent on pre-sales, however, Springfield City Group told The Urban Developer the target commencement date was forecasted for the second or third quarter of 2019.
A builder has not yet been appointed to the project.