Construction has commenced at Queen’s Wharf

Market Insights
3 years ago
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Brisbane dwellers will now be able to enjoy the striking facade’s of the city’s most highly sought-after residential development, as construction commences on the four towers of the integrated resort. 

Destination Brisbane Consortium Project Director Simon Crooks is looking forward to the architectural elements of the build catching the eye of the public. “First thing I’d like to say is thank you to the workers on site who are continuing to build Queen’s Wharf while following the government’s COVID-19 guidelines and applying social distancing rules,” Crooks said. 


Queens Wharf is an exciting addition to the Brisbane skyline, which will be home to a collection of thoughtfully designed residences and world-class amenities.

“The four towers that will house three new luxury hotels brands and the 667 Queen’s Wharf Residences are now more noticeable with their lift cores being fitted with creative branded wraps.” Crooks explains. 

“The Residences, which have been selling strongly since their launch at the start of the year, will move steadily skyward to reach 240 metres during 2021.”

The development has already been extremely popular with buyers, but Crooks says that there is still the opportunity to secure one of these highly regarded homes. 

“With more than 500 of the Residences sold people can still purchase a piece of history in this most sought-after Brisbane location through a private one-on-one visit to the Residences display suite or a virtual tour inspection.”


The project also includes retail and dining options that will enrich the surrounding area, as well as provide fantastic convenience for residents.

“Nestled between and under the four towers will sit seven levels of podium containing high-end retail, restaurants, bars, conference and gaming facilities. At the heart of the resort and sitting on top of the podium levels will be an open-air green space with outdoor movie screen, event space and pop-up market facilities.”  

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