Brookfield Residential Properties is ramping up its next construction at the Portside Wharf in Northshore Hamilton following the approval of a $141 million residential tower development.
The new building, designed by Cottee Parker, will be the ninth Portside Wharf project by Brookfield and the 1000th apartment in the company’s portfolio.
Economic Development Queensland approved the tower for development in December 2020 (DEV2019/1073). It will stand next to Brookfield’s completed Gallery House One and Two on Wharf Street and will feature 150-units with a retail section on the ground floor and a fantastic view of the riverfront.
Among the key features of this development include the following:
- 151 apartments in total
- 50 one-bedroom apartments
- 73 two-bedroom apartments
- 25 three-bedroom apartments
- 3 four-bedroom apartments
- penthouses with 270-degrees view of the riverfront
- Four-level podium with decks for common and recreational facilities
- infinity-edge pool
- private function room
- resident’s lounge
- outdoor gardens with barbecue areas
- Ground floor retail tenancies for 8 shops
- 230 onsite car spaces
Brookfield managing director Lee Butterworth describes this tower as an “urban sub-tropical character that embraces and celebrates the riverfront address.” Most of the apartments will have unrestrained views of the river as well.
The company plans to launch the new apartments by the end of the year.
Portside Wharf is the $5-billion urban renewal project of the Northshore Hamilton Priority Development Area.