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Hames Sharley is delighted to be contributing towards an exciting project that is set to connect the Brisbane suburb of Albion with the city and surrounding areas.

Led by Geon Property, the Albion Train Station Precinct Redevelopment partnership has entered into an agreement with the Department of Transport and Main Roads, and Queensland Rail to redevelop the state-owned 4-hectare site, bordered by Mawarra Street, and Albion and Hudson Roads. The project is known as the Albion Train Station Precinct Redevelopment.

With its inner-city location, the Albion site has been earmarked for redevelopment for a number of years by the Queensland Government as an opportunity to improve connectivity and public transport facilities to better serve the local community.


Project Composition

The proposed $750m development aims to contribute to the revitalisation of Albion and will position the site as a community hub that provides new residential accommodation, office space, dining and shopping facilities, including $28.7m of upgraded transport facilities and public access to the Albion train station. These improvements would complement planning currently underway by Queensland Rail for an upcoming accessibility upgrade of Albion train station which could include new platform access with lifts, raised platform sections for improved access and other accessibility features such as hearing aid loop, signage and tactile flooring surfaces.

Geon Property is currently working on design options to be submitted to Brisbane City Council as part of standard development application processes. Designs put forward by the
team will endeavour to respect Albion’s surrounds and support State Government planning objectives for transit-oriented developments including:

  • Improved accessibility to the train station
  • A mix of residential, retail, commercial and community uses
  • High-quality public spaces and streets, which are pedestrian and cyclist friendly
  • Medium to high-density development within 800 metres of the train station