Brisbane is a city on the rise
2021 was a year of exponential growth for Australia’s city of endless summer, with the property market surging, billions of dollars being pumped into infrastructure and interstate migrants flocking to the state.
Its popularity doesn’t look like it is slowing down anytime soon – rather, the city is on the brink of a transformation into Australia’s most diverse and lively capital city.
Brisbane’s property market outstripped all expectations
According to the December 2021 housing market insights from The Urban Developer, Brisbane’s house prices are on track to outperform all other Australian capital cities during 2022.
2021 saw incredible results, with the median price of dwellings leaping by 27.4%; the city’s property prices are expected to continue to grow in 2022, as Brisbane leads up to the 2032 Olympics and the property market approaches the levels of Melbourne and Sydney.
Major infrastructure projects are set to transform the city
There is almost $62 billion worth of major infrastructure projects in the pipeline over the next five years across Queensland.
With Brisbane’s announcement as host of the 2032 Olympics last year, the Gabba stadium will undergo a $1 billion redevelopment in time for the global event. It’s believed the Games will deliver $8.1 billion in benefits to Queensland, including $3.5 billion in health, volunteering and community benefits plus a $4.6 billion economic boost to tourism and trade.
The iconic Queen’s Wharf Brisbane
One of the major infrastructure projects is Queen’s Wharf Brisbane, the $3.6 billion entertainment and lifestyle precinct featuring a world-class integrated resort within the heritage of Queen’s Wharf. Set to open in the first half of 2023, Queen’s Wharf will put Brisbane on the map as a tourism, leisure and entertainment destination, with luxury retail, dining, entertainment, hotels and residences all part of the iconic development.
Artist impression of Queen’s Wharf Tower and resort development from William St northbound
The precinct boasts a prime riverfront position, with 1km of active space along the banks of the beautiful Brisbane River. Its stunning Sky Deck sits 100 metres above street level and will feature sky-high dining amongst subtropical landscaping, treating visitors to 360-degree views of the city. Both local and international retailers including famous brands will ensure it’s a prime destination for shoppers, while The Star Casino will be a vibrant hub of entertainment.
Step into luxury at Queen’s Wharf Tower
Artist impression of wine room at Queen’s Wharf Tower
The tallest building within the development, Queen’s Wharf Tower, is set to become the jewel in the crown that is the Queen’s Wharf precinct. The tower offers three unique levels of luxury residential living, divided into the Emerald, Ruby and Diamond tiers, with a spectacular Penthouse Collection on level 71. The residences are supplemented by a truly stunning array of exclusive amenity, including a podium pool deck with panoramic views.
Registrations are now open for Queen’s Wharf Tower. Don’t miss out on Brisbane’s greatest development in decades – register today and be part of the city’s exciting next chapter.