Brisbane's Newstead Series developer JGL Properties has submitted a development application at 11 Thornton Street Kangaroo Point which the company says "will not unreasonably impact on the residential amenity of its adjoining buildings at 2 Scott Street or 301 Main Street".
A separate development application by different developers has been submitted at 98 River Terrace Kangaroo Point for a five storey multi-unit dwelling.
JGL have proposed a 19 storey multiple dwelling with a small-scale café food and drink outlet tenancy on the ground floor. A total area of 218 sqm is provided on the site for communal open space, equating to approximately 29 per cent of the total site area.
17 residential units including one 3 bedroom unit within the existing heritage building, and 14 x typical 4 bedroom residential units, 1 x 4 bedroom sub-penthouse and 1 x 3 bedroom penthouse in the tower.
The proposal consists of 16 full floor residential apartments with alternating layouts to create different product and architectural variation, as well as one 3 bedroom apartment as part of a restoration of a heritage building on site.
Believed to have been built in the early 1900s the heritage residence was once used as the Queensland Water Police headquarters.
There are 14 x typical 4 bedroom residential units, 1 x 4 bedroom sub-penthouse and 1 x 3 bedroom penthouse in the tower. Each unit has access to a private balcony off the main living area, with balconies either on the north or west elevation. Access to each unit is directly from the lifts and stairs into the units, and a communal space is located at level two.
Residential amenity is supported through whole-of-floorplate, open plan apartment living with openings on all sides and extensive articulation allowing for air flow and light throughout each level.
43 car spaces are accommodated within three basement levels, comprising 40 resident spaces and 3 visitor spaces; 20 bicycle spaces feature as part of 16 resident spaces and four visitor spaces.
Rendering for 98 River Terrace, Kangaroo PointMeanwhile, a development application has been submitted at 98 River Terrace Kangaroo Point (above render) for a five storey multi-unit dwelling set to deliver an extra nine units to Kangaroo Point on its 614 sqm site. A proposal for the site was approved in 2015 however new documents reveal a reduction in storeys.
The existing pre- 1946 dwelling is within the Traditional Building Character Overly and so is not protected and will be removed.
Unit composition will comprise 3 x 3 bedroom units, each with a master bedroom with wardrobe & ensuite plus an additional two bedrooms, open kitchen, living and dining areas as well as a toilet and balcony.