Building Development for Woolloongabba
A large-scale urban community development to be called "Phoenix" has been tabled
for Woolloongabba, featuring luxury apartments, two office buildings and a shopping
The development application was lodged by Buranda Properties
with Brisbane City Council in a bid to transform a derelict 2.5 hectare site on
the corner of Deshon Street
and Logan Road
into an Emporium-style precinct.
If approved, $600 million will be spent to create the Phoenix precinct that will
comprise 620 one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments and 24 town houses. In
addition, it is planned to build two eight-storey office buildings, which are
expected to meet a five-star green rating. The plan also includes a High Street
retail strip with restaurants, cafes, fashion boutiques, a gym and a
Construction will take place in two stages, with the first
retail and residential component expected to be completed as early as 2010.