Builders have moved in to remodel a part of an eyesore riverside quarry in blue-ribbon Hamilton into a brand new condo block, that includes sweeping views of the Brisbane River.
Touted in its improvement utility as “an thrilling and visually attention-grabbing residential final result” for the previous quarry, the 16-unit advanced would change an current, derelict six-unit block on the location.
Gross sales data present the developer, Hamilton Property Developments, paid $3.35 million for the location at 336 Kingsford-Smith Drive in January.
In its improvement utility to Brisbane Metropolis Council, which was lodged this week, Hamilton Property Developments talked up its tiered constructing design.
It might characteristic seven three-bedroom, 5 two-bedroom, three four-bedroom and one one-bedroom items.
“The proposed improvement is for a high-quality a number of dwelling that has been designed … to create a optimistic and suitably balanced improvement final result that has a robust response to south-east Queensland’s sub-tropical local weather,” it says.
“The proposed improvement facilitates city consolidation of inner-city land and the adaptive reuse of a historic quarry web site.”
The proposal falls inside the council’s low-medium residential zone, which allowed for a mixture of two- and three- storey developments.