High-Rise Building with Publicly Accessible Rooftop Bar Proposed in Milton

A 22-storey mixed-use building could be constructed in Railway Terrace, Milton should a development application from the Brisbane City Council be approved. This was according to the Development Application received by the Brisbane City Council from real estate company Locale Apartments Pty Ltd in January 2019.

Based on the DA A005100760, the proposed structure at the 27-33 Railway Terrace, Milton will consist of 143 apartments across 12 levels. The units will be a mix of single-bedroom, two-bedroom unit, and three-bedroom units. It will have a publicly accessible bar at the rooftop.



Brisbane-based Kris Kowalski Architects is in charge of designing the mixed-use structure.

Plans sent to the Brisbane City Council show the building will have green spaces like Kowalski’s previous projects. The landscape plan suggests the structure will be surrounded by planters for shade or canopy trees, shrubs, groundcovers, creepers, and vines.

The property is located around 110 meters away from the Milton Railway Station. It is surrounded by restaurants, hotels, and learning centers. It is a five-minute walk to parks like the Milton Park, Frew Park, and Dunmore Park.

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Retail and commercial tenancies will be on the ground level while parking and smart apartments will be on the second. There will be car parking for more than 240 cars and bicycle parking for 230 bikes. The third and fourth levels are for short-term accommodations. The rest will be for the hotel and apartments.

For construction updates, visit the Kris Kowalski Architects website.

Find out more about the Development Application (A005100760).