Australia’s residential apartment development is undergoing a makeover, with five of Australia’s largest residential developments recently seeking approval.
Australia 108, planned for construction at 70 Southbank Boulevard, Southbank, Victoria, will be the first 100 storey residential apartment building in the southern hemisphere.
The building will reach 319 metres, consisting of 1,105 one, two and three bedroom apartments.
Once completed Australia 108 will be the most striking tower on the Melbourne skyline, enhancing the talent of local architects.
The $900 million development will be design by local architect Fender Katsalidis.
Australia 108 was original proposed to sit at 388 metres, however was decreased to 319 metres, due to the aviation law proposing the maximum height reached in Southbank, Melbourne can’t exceed 322 metre.
Australia 108 is expected to be completed by 2019.
Greenland Group has gained approval for Sydney’s largest residential development, Greenland Centre.
Located at 115 Bathurst Street, Sydney, Greenland Centre will reach an astonishing 235 metres.
The 65 storey building, will consist of 470 two bedroom apartments ranging in size from 76 square metres to 88 square metres, and three bedroom apartment ranging from 105 square metres to 143 square metres.
The $600 million development will be designed by BVN Donovan Hill’s James Grose and Phillip Rossington, and Australia’s leading architect
Greenland Centre is an iconic landmark tower with architecture and design by BVN Donovan Hill in association with Woods Bagot.
Greenland Centre is expected to be completed by 2017.
Wayfarer Apartments has become Canberra’s tallest residential building.
The 88 metre high building, covering 27 storeys, is located 120 Eastern Valley Way, Belconnen.
The building will consist of 230 one, two and three bedroom apartments, along with an additional 96 hotel rooms.
The multi-million dollar development was designed by
Wayfarer Apartment is expected to be completed to 2016.
Concerto Apartments has gained approval to become the largest residential apartment building in Western Australia.
Located at 189 Adelaide Terrace, East Perth, the former ABC admission building will be transformed 38 storey apartment building.
The $220 million development will produce 226 one and to bedroom apartments, with private entertainment areas for the residents to enjoy.
Concerto is redeveloped as part of development group
Finbar’s Symphony City redevelopment.
The residential building is expected to be completed by 2017.
Billbergia is in the process of gaining approval for their dual location development project 111+222 (Now known as Brisbane Skytower)
The multi-million dollar development, designed by
Bate Smart Architects, is split over two prime locations: 111 Mary Street, and 222 Mary Street.
The smaller tower located at 111 Mary Street, will rise over 34 levels of office spaces, with an additional eight underground level car park.
The taller tower located at 222 Margaret Street, renamed Brisbane Skyline, will become the Brisbane tallest residential tower.
The residential building will reach an astonishing height of 274m, after being refused their originally plan to produce a 297 metre due to aviation rights.
The 90 storey building will consist of 790 one, two and three bedroom apartments, with an additional 380 room hotel.
111+222 Project is hoping for completion by 2020.