A BRISBANE development set to change the face of city living for young professionals will be officially launched on Tuesday (Sept 19).
Spire Residences, a $190 million project by Consolidated Properties, totally pre-sold off the plan within eight months of release in the CBD.
The 40-level building with 340 apartments features one and two-bedroom pads with views and state-of-the-art facilities including an infinity edge rooftop pool, a private rooftop dining room with expansive views of the city, a library and private theatre.
Consolidated Properties executive chairman Don O’Rourke said the Spire Residences combined local, interstate and international inspiration, skills and operators to create this unique residential playground as Brisbane’s newest CBD address.
“We are excited to have worked with award-winning Brisbane restaurateurs Urbane to design the rooftop private dining room, Melbourne architect John Wardle to design the innovative building and international artist Peter Hennessy to create commissioned art pieces as well as Hutchinson Builders and a host of other specialists in their fields,” he said.
“These elements and more have helped Spire to set a new level in city apartment living for Brisbane.”
Sensitive to its heritage surrounds, the building features folded brickwork on the Ann St entry to complement its St John’s Cathedral neighbour. On the Queen St entry, an exterior cascading vertical garden wall welcomes residents to the vaulted lobby inside.
Sensitive to its heritage surrounds, Mr O’Rourke said the building featured folded brickwork on the Ann St entry to complement its St John’s Cathedral neighbour.
On the Queen St entry, an exterior cascading vertical garden wall welcomes residents to the vaulted lobby inside. Dominated by a grand staircase that is surrounded by cafes, a library and casual meeting areas, this lobby space has been designed for residents to socialise in or escape to for privacy.
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