Client:
Lionmar Holdings Pty Ltd
Location:
Brisbane
Features:
Grosvenor Hotel Heritage Façade; PCA A Grade; Roof Top Bar; 2 Apartments. 4 Star Greenstar

Hames Sharley are the architects behind the redevelopment of an iconic 135-year old heritage building in Brisbane’s CBD say the 30-storey commercial tower would likely be one of the narrowest buildings in the city. The building has a unique floor plate of just nine and half metres wide, is believed to the narrowest building of a comarable heaight is Brisbane.

Without a traditional central core and column design, the building has a structurally designed bracing up and down the building, both as a design feature but also to visually anchor the building.

The heritage façade at 320 George Street that has become iconic to the city will also be restored under the expert guidance of heritage architect Vault.

The building is expected to earn a premium A- grade commercial development status due to its, sustainability characteristics, high-quality end lobby, fast lifts and high-performing services. The design incorporates nationally- recognised sustainability characteristics to ensure its long term viability and performance in the Brisbane CBD.