Pointcorp has submitted a revised developmental application for its 1,826 sqm mixed-use site at 458 Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley, featuring amendments to the existing approval for a short stay accommodation building with retail and restaurants.
While the land use of the proposal remains consistent with the original development approval and will continue to provide a mix of uses including short-term accommodation, shop, restaurant and office uses that will encourage the activation of Brunswick Street, there are several key changes from the previous documents of the scheme.
Pointcorp was founded by Chris Vitale and Paul Gedoun, and the company's current projects include Highgate Hill's $70m development, The Highgate; the $6m Point Luxe development at New Farm and The Maxwell also in New Farm.
Earlier this year, Pointcorp announced a refocus into house and land packages. The Australian Financial Review reported in January that Pointcorp has $486 million in high-end apartments being built across Brisbane but had made four land acquisitions outside the city centre, setting up a 1400-lot "workbook" of house and land packages.
Recognised for architectural innovation and backed by capital partner TCAP, Pointcorp is renowned for buildings with strong environmental credentials, outstanding quality and dynamic design.