Hotel & apartments for Fortitude Valley

Applications have been lodged with Brisbane City Council for two 30 storey apartment blocks and a 15 storey hotel in Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley.

The application has been made by Tim Gurner, head of Melbourne-based developer Gurner. The planned $600 million development is for a triangular, 5000m² block on Alfred St, adjacent to the Fortitude Valley railway station.

The architect is Callum Fraser of Elenberg Fraser Architects and the development is planned for stages over seven years.
The project would boast 4300 residential units. The recently submitted proposal, labelled FV, has a maximum building height of 30 storeys and includes a total of 858 units. While two of the towers are proposed for residential apartments, the third building is slated to become a hotel.

Building 3 will accommodate a 91-apartment 4½ star hotel. At street level, the project includes a range of shops, offices, bars and restaurants. A 3000m² communal facility designed by 360 Degrees Landscape Architects will be located on the second level and will include a U-shaped infinity pool with an in-pool bar, a spa, massage rooms, sauna and steam rooms and a fitness club along with gardens and barbeque areas. There will also be an outdoor cinema, a karaoke bar, a sun deck, a library and formal dining rooms available for residents to book.

Mr Gurner said the first stage of the project will include 340 apartments. One-bedroom apartments will range in price from $380,000 to $415,000, while two-bedroom apartments will range from $480,000 to $650,000. Gurner is expecting more than half of the apartments to sell to local buyers.

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