Nielson – 500 George Street Residential Tower – Queensland - Project Profile
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Nielson Properties Pty Ltd (Nielson) is planning to build a residential tower in Brisbane, Australia.
The project involves the construction of a 60-story residential tower comprising 392 units. It includes the construction of a swimming pool, outdoor seating facilities, parking and related facilities.
It includes 144 serviced apartments and student accommodation from level 8 to 25 as well as 248 residential apartments from level 26 to 56.
Cottee Parker Architects has been appointed as an architect and Meter Design Pty Ltd. as a landscape architect.
On May 26, 2015, Nielson submitted a development application to Brisbane City Council.
In November 2015, Nielson has submitted a new design for 500 George St residential tower.
Nielson is in the process of obtaining planning approvals.
The project involves the construction of a 60-story residential tower comprising 392 units in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
The US$80 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a swimming pool
2. Construction of outdoor seating facilities
3. Construction of parking facilities
4. Construction of other related facilities
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