CITY LIV­ING REACHES NEXT LEVEL

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A Bris­bane de­vel­op­ment set to change the face of city liv­ing for young pro­fes­sion­als will be of­fi­cially launched on Tues­day.

Spire Res­i­dences, a $190 mil­lion project by Con­sol­i­dated Prop­er­ties, to­tally pre-sold off the plan within eight months of re­lease.

The 40-level build­ing with 340 apart­ments fea­tures one and two-bed­room pads with views and state-of-the-art fa­cil­i­ties in­clud­ing an in­fin­ity edge rooftop pool, a pri­vate rooftop din­ing room with ex­pan­sive views of the city, a li­brary and pri­vate theatre.

Con­sol­i­dated Prop­er­ties ex­ec­u­tive chair­man Don O’Rorke said Spire Res­i­dences com­bined lo­cal, in­ter­state and in­ter­na­tional in­spi­ra­tion, skills and op­er­a­tors to cre­ate a unique res­i­den­tial play­ground as Bris­bane’s new­est CBD ad­dress.

“We are ex­cited to have worked with award-win­ning Bris­bane restau­ra­teurs Ur­bane to de­sign the rooftop pri­vate din­ing room, Mel­bourne ar­chi­tect John War­dle to de­sign the in­no­va­tive build­ing and in­ter­na­tional artist Peter Hen­nessy to cre­ate com­mis­sioned art pieces as well as Hutchin­son Builders and a host of other spe­cial­ists in their fields,” he said.

Sen­si­tive to its her­itage sur­rounds, the build­ing fea­tures folded brick­work on the Ann St en­try to com­ple­ment its neigh­bour, St John’s Cathe­dral. On the Queen St en­try, an ex­te­rior cas­cad­ing ver­ti­cal gar­den wall wel­comes res­i­dents to the vaulted lobby inside. Dom­i­nated by a grand stair­case sur­rounded by cafes, a li­brary and ca­sual meet­ing ar­eas, this lobby space has been de­signed as a place for res­i­dents to so­cialise or es­cape to for pri­vacy.

The 40-level Spire Res­i­dences in the Bris­bane CBD will fea­ture a rooftop din­ing room, in­fin­ity edge rooftop pool, a li­brary and theatre.

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