Pradella Lodge 25-Level Residential Apartment Tower In Prime South Brisbane

Architectural render of Pradella’s latest South Brisbane residential proposal.
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Queensland based development firm Pradella Group, have lodged a development application for a 25-storey residential apartment tower at 37-39 Boundary Street in South Brisbane.

Prolific architectural firm Rothelowman have designed the residential tower on the 1647sqm land holding, that sits at the northern end of the booming South Brisbane market.

The project consists of 20-levels of apartments, ranging from 1- through 4- bedroom offerings, designed to cater to different ranges of buyers. The largely glass exterior design, provides a high level of design and articulation for the tower.

There is a notable apartment differentiation within the project, with 26 x 1-bedroom, 57 x 2-bedroom, 70 x 3-bedroom and 1 large 4-bedroom apartment lodged in the application.

Architectural render of Pradella’s latest South Brisbane residential proposal. Pradella lodge apartment tower
Architectural render of Pradella’s latest South Brisbane residential proposal.
Architectural render of Pradella’s latest South Brisbane residential proposal. Pradella lodge apartment tower
Architectural render of Pradella’s latest South Brisbane residential proposal.
Architectural render of Pradella’s latest South Brisbane residential proposal.
Architectural render of Pradella’s latest South Brisbane residential proposal.

Pradella lodge South-Brisbane apartments.

As standard now in the inner-city Brisbane property market, the tower will feature a rooftop level amenity area, designed around a luxury infinity edge pool and relaxing zones, set amongst tropical green planting. The 1033sqm rooftop space will also consist of an internal gym, green lawn space, spa and cooking BBQ facilities for entertaining. Dubbed the “Longhouse”, the main greenhouse elevated section of the rooftop will be the feature showcase for the property, as stated by the Rothelowman design team.

“The civic nature of the building continues to its roof in the form of “The Longhouse”, a legible and distinct architectural crown set within a lush landscape. The linear expression sits as a greenhouse within a garden, providing amenity for residents whilst acting as a distinct landmark on the South Brisbane skyline.” – Rothelowman

Rooftop plans for Pradella's project in South Brisbane.
Architectural render of Pradella’s latest South Brisbane rooftop area.
Architectural render of Pradella’s latest South Brisbane rooftop area. Pradella lodge apartment tower
Architectural render of Pradella’s latest South Brisbane rooftop area.
Architectural render of Pradella’s latest South Brisbane rooftop area.
Architectural render of Pradella’s latest South Brisbane rooftop area.
Architectural render of Pradella’s latest South Brisbane rooftop area.
Architectural render of Pradella’s latest South Brisbane rooftop area.

Pradella Group have been recently prolific in the West End market, responsible for significant urban renewal of the area. This latest project will see them further enhance their foothold in the South Brisbane/West End market. Brisbane’s apartment renaissance continues, with fringe CBD developments gaining traction such as the Silk Lane towers in Woolloongabba, Vicinity’s Buranda project and Aria’s multiple projects in the area at the forefront.

Pradella's South Brisbane project form.
Architectural render of Pradella’s latest South Brisbane residential proposal.
Google Street view of Pradella's South Brisbane site.
Google Street view of Pradella’s South Brisbane site.
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