Brunswick proposed Residential and Hotel tower

The proposed 29-storey residential and hotel tower at Brunswick Street in an architectural rendering

Brunswick Street once again proves its reputation that it is a home for elegant design and architecture as it accepts a proposal for the construction of a 29-storey state-of-the-art residential and hotel tower.

The application for the tower was submitted by Brenzil Pty Ltd, which will rise specifically at 388 Brunswick Street, Fortitude Valley.

The proposal, as described by plan-maker Urbis, will offer Brisbane residents comfort and convenience close to the city’s central business district while focusing on the local avant-garde industry.

Designer Elenberg Fraser meticulously mapped out the development so that the building caters to retail accommodation and residential entry on the ground and lower ground levels. The upper ground level features a hotel entrance heading to Brunswick Street, and a bar and restaurant space assembling the hotel’s lobby, all boasting views of McLachlan and Brunswick Street.

The hotel will operate from levels 1 to 11 of the tower, while levels 13 to 24 will house residential units with one or two bedrooms. The development proposal targets to produce a total of 156 hotel rooms and 120 residential apartment units.

Featuring the unique elements of the Buildings that Breathe concept, the proposal does its best to craft a flawless, unorthodox masterpiece that is proudly Brisbane.


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