Official plans for an impressive 22-storey mixed-use tower in one of Brisbane’s most popular suburbs have been launched.
Brisbane-based Panettiere Developers are behind the Newstead project named ‘Oro’, which will include residential and commercial space as well as five levels of short-term accommodation.
Located at 75 Longland Street, Oro, which means ‘gold’ in Italian, the exciting development will feature a stunning 65-metre rooftop pool and sun deck, as well as a private dining space with cinema, bar and co-working space.
Currently an industrial site, the land on which Oro will be built was purchased by Panettiere back in 2018 for $13.2 million, with the developers now aiming to make the most of its prime location.
The two-storey industrial building will be demolished to make way for Oro if planning approvals are given the go-ahead.
Designed by Urban Solutions Architects, the project will include sustainable features such as the use of solar panels and electric car charging bays, as efficiency is a key characteristic of the Oro development.
A total of 239 apartments make up the project over 16 levels, with two levels dedicated to commercial space and parking accommodation for a total of 417 cars.
Panettiere are also behind another Newstead development named Nero, a nine-storey residential project now selling.