Developer Stockwell Proposes Redevelopment Plan for Stones Corner Village Retail Centre

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Stockwell, a renowned developer with a track record of revitalizing inner-city suburbs, has submitted an ambitious redevelopment plan for Stones Corner Village. The proposed project aims to transform the retail centre into a vibrant mixed-use precinct, featuring residential, retail, and commercial spaces. Located at 405 Logan Road, the 5709sq m site holds great potential for growth and development.

The centrepiece of the redevelopment plan is a dual-tower residential-led complex, designed by MK Architecture. The project encompasses two towers, standing 14 and 16 storeys tall, which would house a total of 209 apartments. These modern living spaces would be situated above a common podium, housing a variety of retail and dining tenancies. The podium would provide an activated frontage, boasting an eye-catching arched facade.

Stockwell Stones Corner Village Elevation Render
Stockwell Stones Corner Village Elevation Render
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Stockwell Stones Corner Village Streetscape Render
Stockwell Stones Corner Village Facade Render
Stockwell Stones Corner Village Facade Render

Offering a range of housing options, the development will feature one, two, three, and four-bedroom apartments. The first tower will accommodate 110 apartments, while the second tower will house 99. To meet the needs of residents, the project includes a substantial parking facility with 506 spaces distributed across the podium and basement levels. Notably, the proposed towers exceed the site’s current 12-storey height limit. If approved, the development will be carried out in three stages.

According to a planning report submitted by Stockwell, the diverse mix of uses within the development aims to serve as a catalyst for activity, strengthening Logan Road’s role as a vibrant “main street.” Furthermore, the project will offer residents ample communal open space, totalling 1686sq m. This includes a fourth-storey podium area and rooftop facilities in both towers, featuring swimming pools, sun beds, decks, seating nooks, garden beds, courtyards, and walking paths.

Stockwell has a long-standing reputation for contributing to the growth and development of inner-city Brisbane suburbs, such as West End and Dutton Park, over the past two decades. The company’s latest Development Application reflects its commitment to delivering prosperity through innovative property solutions. The redevelopment of Stones Corner Village represents a highly anticipated project that will create a multi-use residential, retail, and commercial address.

Stones Corner Village, situated less than five kilometres from Brisbane’s Central Business District, has been identified as a significant area for inner-city redevelopment. Known for its unique village ambiance, historical landmarks, diverse community, and specialty retailers, this retail and residential hub holds a special place in the hearts of Brisbane residents.

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Stones Corner Village Today
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Stones Corner Village Location Map

With Stockwell’s proposed Development Application, a new generation will have the opportunity to experience the charm and vibrancy of Stones Corner. The project aims to inject new life into the area through strong architectural design and an activated street interface. Notably, the introduction of an arched colonnade facade will create a distinct building identity and foster a sense of place.

The ambitious project seeks to bring renewal and vibrancy to Stones Corner, as Stockwell remains committed to honouring the area’s heritage while promoting community prosperity and growth. The developer has owned and managed Stones Corner Village at 405 Logan Road for over 15 years and now proposes a new mixed-use precinct that will incorporate 209 apartments across two towers. The existing ALDI supermarket will be retained and continue to serve as a popular anchor for the development, complemented by additional retail and commercial spaces.

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  1. While you maybe retaining Aldi. I do hope that the Pharmacy will be retained also. Another thing please make sure that a thru-affair from Cleveland Street to Logan Road is incorporated into the design. So those who reside in Cleveland Street can walk through to Logan Road and those who reside in Logan Road can walk through to Cleveland Street. This will make the design far more people friendly. It will mean that it will be far more accessible for all. I use a wheelie walker and I don’t always use my car. I often do small shops with the use of my wheelie walker. So please be very sure that the whole redevelopment of Stones Corner Village incorporates a thru-affair from both Logan Road and Cleveland Street. This will be a big draw card. As many people who walk currently use the fire exit off Cleveland Street as the thru-affair into The Stones Corner Village. All of these people will be extremely disappointed if there is no thru-affair from Cleveland Street through to Logan Road. As this access is and will be a big win for all businesses now and in the future.

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