Developers Eye Beesley Street in West End for High-End Townhome Project

One of the last remaining infill development sites at Beesley Street in West End could soon be transformed into a luxury townhouse complex. 


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This comes after a developer has lodged plans for a seven-storey apartment building containing 42 upscale units at 28 Beesley Street.

The proposed development by Tocu Properties aims to meet the growing demand for high-quality residential accommodation in the trendy West End neighbourhood. 

Beesley Street
Photo credit: Woods Bagot

Designed by acclaimed architects Woods Bagot, the proposed townhouse complex offers a mix of two and three-bedroom layouts, with some apartments including a separate study for added flexibility.

“This project represents an exciting opportunity to enhance the residential offerings in the vibrant West End community, combining luxury living with the convenience of urban life,” the developers stated in the planning documents.

Future residents could enjoy an amenity-rich lifestyle with the entire 656 square metre rooftop devoted to communal open space. Proposed features include an infinity edge pool, hot and cold pools, barbeque areas, open lawns, and unobstructed views of the Brisbane CBD, South Bank, and Brisbane River.

Photo credit: Woods Bagot

To accommodate the influx of residents and visitors, the complex will provide 59 parking spaces, 3 of which are designated for guests.

The 1,648 square metre lot at 28 Beesley Street is positioned as one of the last prime infill sites in West End’s increasingly built-up urban landscape. 

“Along Filmer Street, the building’s architecture is highly varied and articulated. These details have been discussed previously and include the curved balconies, large expanses of floor to ceiling glazing, a terracotta-look spandrel which frames each level and feathered batten screening between adjoining units,” planners stated.


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If approved, the development would further elevate West End’s reputation as one of Brisbane’s most sought-after inner-city locales.

Published 13-April-2024