Property
TWE Newstead Central
Design

Metro to deliver Newstead Central development

The city’s sprawling skyline is set to rise as developers release plans for the empty pockets of land in Newstead and begin to ramp up construction. Once an industrial purlieu skirting the city, underdeveloped Newstead is fast becoming the next sought-after suburb for living in Brisbane. more

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TWE Triple-tower, Fortitude Valley
Design

Triple-tower development confirmed for Fortitude Valley

Bringing renewal to the quiet southern arrival point of Fortitude Valley, a new triple-tower development is set for 186 Wickham Street. Located near the iconic shopfront of Monty’s Pawnbrokers opposite the lower end of the Chinatown Mall, the lot has sat vacant for the past 20 years. more

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TWE Aria Tower, South Brisbane
Design

Another Aria tower planned for South Brisbane

Joining a suite of finished and under-construction tower developments across South Brisbane, Aria property group has lodged a development application for a new 20-storey building on Melbourne Street. This latest submission will be the company’s seventh apartment building across the South Bank, West End and South Brisbane pocket. more


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TWE Coorparoo Myer redevelopment
Design

Coorparoo Myer building set for redevelopment

Plans to redevelop the site of the old Coorparoo Myer building have been lodged to council, turning the location into a multi-use residential, retail and transit-orientated precinct. Set along Old Cleveland Road in Coorparoo, the development aligns with future plans for the underground Eastern Busway, a well as providing pedestrian connection to the current bus service upgrades in the interim. more

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TWE james street hotel
Design

Richards & Spence-designed hotel planned for James Street

The James Street landscape has changed dramatically over the past 15-odd years – from a desolate commercial precinct housing a Coca Cola factory to Jamie’s Espresso Bar setting up shop to the foodie and fashion precinct that it resembles today. Now the tight-knit strip is set to gain a hotel in a transformation of one of the centre lots. more