Kangaroo Point 3-Tower Development Features a Sky-Bridge Pool On 18th Floor

Photo Credit: BCC/Altis Architecture

A three-tower mixed-use complex with two interconnecting sky-bridge pools on the 18th floor has been submitted for development in Kangaroo Point. The modern architectural design should be the largest rooftop pool in Brisbane if the development application is approved. 

Designed by Altis Architecture, the sky-bridge pool will stretch between two towers and include a large, open space communal recreation area for its residents. The stunning design feature is meant to be visible from Brisbane CBD. 



One of the pools will have a glass bottom for swimmers to view the sky park, which is another open space green area planned for the fourth level of the complex. Below the sky-bridge pool at Level 9, one of the towers will also have an open recreation sky garden deck. It has been planned as an ideal space for BBQ parties and outdoor cinema events. 

Photo Credit: BCC/Altis Architecture

K Point Developments Pty Ltd submitted the development application for the complex, dubbed the Trilogy, in June 2019. It replaces a previous application submitted by the Zenonos Group in 2016. 

Trilogy is proposed as a multiple dwelling site for 525 apartment units of different sizes. However, the rest of its spaces could be for retail or commercial use or as a hotel and restaurant/bar. 

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The project comes as highrises with modern rooftop designs have become the main selling point for developments in the district. 

“The proposed development will deliver three of the most iconic buildings in Kangaroo Point. These buildings will act as a local landmark on the corner of Vulture and Main Street. This intersection is one of the busiest intersections in inner-Brisbane and therefore warrants suitably iconic buildings to reflect its highly visible location at this important juncture within the city,” the applicant stated in the DA. 

Trilogy will stand across the State Government’s Cross River Rail and Gabba Stadium Redevelopment. The proposal is still under review for a potential public consultation.