Penthouse on Queen Street Tower Sold Off the Plan for Over $6 Million

In what could be an indication of the return of confidence in the Brisbane apartments market, the first of two penthouses at 443 Queen Street was sold off the plan for over $6 million.

Cbus Property broke Brisbane price records with sale of the luxurious residence, about $19,500 per internal square metre, adding to the more that 65 percent of the 47-storey tower that has already sold off the plan.

The four-bedroom penthouse is situated at the top of the residential tower with features three-metre high ceilings, three separate balconies, and a butler’s pantry. The penthouse delivers stunning views from every room of the Brisbane River, Kangaroo Point, and the Story Bridge.

Designed by Singapore based WOHA and Brisbane-based Architectus, the 443 Queen Street tower provides a more open and naturally ventilated apartment that veers away from the traditional “sealed square plan”.

Welcome to 443 Queen Street

It is still two years away before the new CBD apartment tower’s completion, however, it has already enjoyed strong sales which according to Chief Executive Officer for Cbus Property Adrian Pozzo is a testament to the uniqueness of the building.

Cbus Property will release the next phase of two bed apartments in the building offering world-class amenities, including an infinity pool, indoor and outdoor yoga rooms, and a gymnasium. 443 Queen Street is also going to lease its retail space to be first tendered as a signature flagship restaurant.

Next year, tenders for the remaining retail spaces will follow. 443 Queen Street offers a stunning view of the bridge right on the river and the still under construction Howard Smith Wharves, making its location highly coveted.

The Queens Street residential tower is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2020 and will deliver a total of 264 apartment units.