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Duncan Street Office Tower

The project at Duncan Street, Fortitude Valley will see the existing China Town Mall and the public car park revitalised through the introduction of a new commercial, office tower.

  • Type/Category

    Commercial
  • Client

    Tribune Properties Pty Ltd
  • Location

    31 Duncan Street, Fortitude Valley
  • Project Value

    $20M +

Disciplines/Services

  • Planning
  • Landscape
  • Surveying
  • 3D Spatial

Located above the existing Car Park, changes to the ground floor will revamp the space, and provide an architecturally designed lobby and end-of-trip facilities. The office tower itself boasts large floorplates allowing for consolidation of services and business areas, as well as an impressive roof top facility for tenants, including a pool, gym and running track. The office tower will provide much needed daytime activation of the mall, and through strong architectural and landscape design, will positively contribute to the night time economy of the China Town Mall and Fortitude Valley more broadly.

The WCG Value add

Planning

  • Our Planning Team were responsible for the development of the complex application structure that ensured the application met the requirements for Code Assessment, and in doing so, delivered an approval for the clients in under 4 months. Our team actively worked with Council to resolve design and planning issues, and deliver the outcomes expected of the client.

Landscape

  • The tower, streetscape activation works to the existing car park and works at Mall level involved the detailed work of our Landscape Team. The expansive rooftop facilities feature substantial

Surveying

  • WCG provided contour and detail surveys of the site and existing structures to aid in the preparation of design drawings. These works incorporated laser scanning to ensure rapid, accurate and complete documentation of the existing carpark structure which the proposed development was to retain and repurpose. Survey works also included the location of underground services along both frontages to capture the details of existing buried infrastructure.