Designs revealed for 101 Albert Street tower
Plans for the transformational $750 million Albert Street Cross River Rail precinct development in Brisbane, Australia, have been revealed as part of QIC Real Estate’s Development Application.
When viewed from the Albert Street Cross River Rail Station and street frontages, the proposed tower will appear as a subtropical vertical garden, with seamless transitions between indoor and outdoor spaces.
QIC Real Estate has submitted the Development Application to Economic Development Queensland (EDQ) for the 40-storey tower designed by Architectus and Henning Larsen.
Anticipating new and emerging ways of working, 101 Albert Street is designed to reflect Brisbane’s unique subtropical climate and youthful culture, provide connections to nature and place, and pay homage to Country through design elements, including the rainforest Binbilla Story.
The 2,500 sqm site also includes best-in-class retail and dining concepts throughout the vertical village, and generous public and civic spaces for year-round use. Tenants will have the option to seek refuge and inspiration in a variety of flexible working spaces that break down the barriers between traditional office buildings, public spaces and indoor/outdoor connections, including an expansive rooftop area
This development puts people at the heart of precinct planning and design that will reimagine the way Brisbane works, plays and socialises.