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Woods Bagot to build Banyan Tree Residences Brisbane

by on Jun 19, 2018 in Architecture , Lifestyle
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Banyan Tree comes to Brisbane

The Banyan Tree Residences Brisbane is set to become the first ever Banyan Tree property to be launched in Australia. Located at Kangaroo Point in Brisbane, Queensland, its location offers views of cliffs and parklands, as well as the CBD, river and botanic gardens; the project is also close to schools, universities, hospitals and the South Bank cultural and lifestyle precinct.

Taking its cues from its location, the landmark building will feature a striking exterior, with three undulating wave structures. Each Banyan Tree Residences' property has a unique design, with the vision for Banyan Tree Residences Brisbane the result of collaboration by the group's in-house design team and architectural firm Woods Bagot.

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Facilities at the Banyan Tree Residences Brisbane will include an onsite Banyan Tree Spa and retail facilities, dining venues and a rooftop garden with private function space, barbeque facilities, daybeds and an expansive infinity pool. The property will also feature additional private function spaces, a gymnasium and a secure underground car park.

The Banyan Tree Residences Brisbane is set to become the first ever Banyan Tree property to be launched in Australia

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The Banyan Tree Residences Brisbane will include 100 freehold luxury private residences over 10 levels comprising:

  • 4 penthouses (250-625 sqm), three with rooftop infinity pool and private garden terrace
  • 15 three-bedroom apartments (172-244 sqm)
  • 41 two-bedroom apartments (113-172 sqm)
  • 40 one-bedroom apartments (66-69 sqm)
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