The development of the elevated riverside expressway in the 1970's may have alleviated the traffic congestion problems of the day but its construction has formed a concrete barrier along our city's river edge, making the development of the Northbank river edge a complex urban design issue. The latest proposal for Northbank is the Queen's Wharf development which is focused on enticing tourists to Brisbane through the construction of new landmark buildings along the city side of the riverside expressway. This proposed multi-million dollar development still leaves the question of how do we facilitate a seamless connection between the existing CBD and the Northbank river edge when every access path will be exposed to the heaving underbelly of the elevated expressway?
We have recently submitted the documentation to gain Development Approval for a boutique office suite in central Gympie
The Oceania Oncology centre has opened for business; with first class facilities providing Chemotherapy and Radiotherapy treatments for patients in the greater Central Queensland area.
For more information on the clinic's services please refer to Oceania's website, http://www.oceaniaoncology.com/
Golf Central had their soft opening this weekend just gone and by all accounts it was a huge success.
The putt putt and bar/cafe facilities are well and truly open to the public, with the driving range and short course due to be opened towards the middle of this month.
For more information please visit their website golfcentralbne.com.au/
The Golf Central complex in the Brisbane Airport precinct is currently under construction and is due to be completed by the end of the month.
Neylan Architecture has been working on the industrial facilities for a joint venture between Origin and Conoco Phillips on the APLNG mining project (above) on Curtis Island, off Gladstone. The construction of the mining development is well underway with completion due mid 2014.
The steel frame for the new roofs to enclose the W4 Skylab Apartments Terraces are currently being installed. The enclosed terraces will provide shelter to a previously exposed outside area when weather conditions are harsh, and when the weather is beautiful and sunny the new full height sliding doors and cantilevered balustrade to the riverside facade will allow the best of the outside inside.
The soon to be constructed Quay Street Apartments are located within walking distance to both Milton's Park Road cafe precinct and Roma Street Parklands. The Quay Street Apartments have been design to maximise the city views to the south and the views to Mount Coot-tha to the west.