Major Developer Aims to Bring High-Rise Living to West End with 10-18 Storey Residential Tower

10-18 Storey Residential
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West End may soon be home to a 10-18 storey residential tower if a proposal by a renowned developer gets approved.


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The proposed tower, which would be developed by Unison Projects, the development and property investment company owned by billionaire John Van Lieshout, aims to provide luxurious living spaces for residents.

Mr Van Lieshout, who is also the founder of the successful retail furniture store Super A-mart, brings his expertise and vision to this project.

Photo credit: Rothelowman

The subject site for the proposed tower is located at 15-17 Mollison Street and 35-39 Bank Street, covering an area of almost 2,000 sqm.

Photo credit: Rothelowman

With a total of 101 apartments, it will offer a variety of options to cater to different lifestyles and preferences. It will consist of 24 two-bedroom apartments, 76 three-bedroom apartments, and one opulent four-bedroom apartment. 

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Alongside a 100 sqm retail space that can double as a community area, the tower, designed by Rothelowman will feature a range of luxurious amenities. These include a gym, treatment room, outdoor gym, wellness lawn, cold plunge, magnesium spa, pool, pool deck, lounge, dining areas, private dining spaces, and BBQ areas.

To accommodate residents’ parking needs and promote sustainable transportation, the 10-18 storey residential tower will also provide 193 car parking spaces and 127 bike parking spaces.


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“The development proposes a 10-18 storey multiple dwelling outcome, which will diversify the housing product within West End, together with creating a very liveable and sub-tropical outcome for residents. The proposed building height is in keeping with the existing, emerging and anticipated building height outcomes for the immediate area,” planners at Mewing Planning Consultants said. 

To learn more about the plans, visit Brisbane City Council’s PD Online, with the reference A006248439.

Published 26-June-2023