466 Ann Street | One of Australia's Thinnest Towers is Raising Brisbane's Profile
The standard of luxury high-end apartments in Brisbane’s CBD is set to be raised with a new Development Application submitted this week by Sydney-based Treelight Development Group.
466 Ann Street will be a monumental addition to Brisbane’s skyline as Australia’s second thinnest tower and is a joint venture between Treelight and Newground Capital Partners.
Jon Simpson, CEO of Treelight along with Daniel Erez, Managing Director of Newground have met with Brisbane City Council several times prior to lodging the DA and have advised council are very supportive.
“We are proud to bring a boutique and high-end project like 466 Ann Street, not often seen in Brisbane’s CBD, and are excited for the next stage of development,” Simpson said.
Daniel Erez of Newground Capital said the site has sat dormant for years, and it’s taken a bold developer with imagination, and the right team to take it from an empty car park to a useable and iconic site.
“A residential project of this calibre will invariably set a new standard of inner city living not only for Brisbane as the next world city, but Australia at the forefront of iconic architectural design,” said Erez.
The 37 storey Rothelowman designed property backs on to Perry Lane between the New Yorker art deco apartments and Mantra on Queen and comprises:
66 units – 65 x 2-bed units and 1 penthouse (4-bed) unit.
315 sqm dual level retail (bar) space at ground level.
A new cross block link to Perry Lane.
Car stacking system.
Podium rooftop communal pool & BBQ area.
Podium communal office space & boardroom.
Rooftop function room and lounge room with balconies.
The project is currently awaiting approvals and aims to be in market later this year.
Treelight have a strong focus on Brisbane with another boutique inner city apartment project in Woolloongabba about to launch in partnership with Newground.