WGCP – ICON Northshore Hamilton Mixed-Use Development – Queensland - Project Profile
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Wentworth Global Capital Partners (WGCP) is planning to undertake the construction of a mixed-use facility in Queensland, Australia.
The project involves the construction of four tower mixed-use complex known as 'ICON' on 7,637m2 area.
The first tower includes a 34-story building comprising 13,178m2 five-star hotel of up to level 15 with 227 hotel rooms, an associated lobby, a cocktail lounge, a function room, restaurant and fitness center components. Above the hotel it will feature 236 apartments, comprising 181 studio and one-bedroom apartments, 48 two-bedroom apartments and seven three-bedroom apartments.
The second tower includes a 31-story building comprising 127 residential units with 51 one-, 74 two- and two three-bedroom apartments. The first and second towers are linked between levels six to 16, which comprises 20 three-bedroom apartments.
The third tower includes an 11-story building comprising 26 residential units with 19 one-, 6 two- and 1 three bedroom apartments.
The fourth tower includes an 18-story building comprising 158 residential units with 108 studio, 1 one-, 49 two- and 1 three bedroom apartments.
The project will also includes retail space, commercial space, 5,000m2 of public realm, a gym, a child care center, parking space and related facilities, and the installation of elevators and safety and security systems.
Custance has been appointed as architect, Urbis Pty Ltd as landscape architect, TTM as traffic consultant, Butler Partners Pty Ltd as geo-technical consultant, Mahoneys as legal adviser, Bornhost+Ward as civil and structural engineer, Certis and EMF Griffiths as Consultants and Bennett + Bennett as Land Surveyor.
On September 3, 2014, WGCP submitted a development application (DA) to Brisbane authorities.
On December 19, 2014, the project secured approval from Economic Development Queensland.
In April 2015, WGCP started negotiating the construction terms with tier one contractors, however, the results of the contractor information were not known, then after.
In early 2016 the project was put on hold and resumed in early 2017.
Planning activities are underway.
Stakeholder Information: Planning Authority: Brisbane City Council; Department of State Development, Infrastructure and Planning Architect: Custance Landscape Architect: Urbis Pty Ltd Traffic Consultant: TTM Geotechnical Consultant: Butler Partners Pty Ltd Legal Advisor: Mahoneys Engineer Consultant (Civil and Structural): Bornhost+Ward Consultants: Certis, EMF Griffiths Land Surveyor: Bennett+Bennett
The project involves the construction of four tower mixed-use complex on 7,637m2 at 19 Hercules Street in Hamilton, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
The US$530 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of 13,178m2 five-star hotel with 227 rooms