Three Residential Towers Proposed on Lambert and O’Connell Streets in Kangaroo Point

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An application seeking approval to develop three 10-storey high residential towers over three stages on Lambert and O’Connell Streets in  Kangaroo Point has been lodged.

To facilitate the development, the application also proposes the relocation of the three existing pre-1911 houses on Lambert Street and the demolition of the existing dwellings on O’Connell Street and Lambert Street. 

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Designed by Kris Kowalski Architects, the proposal involves the development of 200 high-density residential units within three towers, each with a maximum building height of 10 storeys. To accommodate the three towers, the application also includes reconfiguration of a lot component to create three lots and access easements.

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“The proposed development responds to and addresses the site’s contextual characteristics, together with the relevant design, planning and technical provisions of the planning framework, to create a development that will make a positive contribution to continued growth of the Kangaroo Point area,” the Mewing Planning Consultants Assessment Report said.

Kangaroo Point Residential Towers
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Tower 1 will be 10-storeys high with a partial penthouse level and will consist of 61 residential units: One (1) two-bedroom, 58 three-bedroom, and two (2) four-bedroom units. There will be 131 car spaces that will be provided, 121 residents and 10 visitor spaces. 

Kangaroo Point Residential Towers
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Tower 2 will be comprised of 47 units: nine (9)  one-bedroom, nine (9) two-bedroom, 28 three-bedroom, and one (1) four-bedroom units. The building will also be 10-storeys plus a partial penthouse level with 84 car park spaces, including 76 resident spaces and eight visitor spaces.

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Kangaroo Point Residential Towers
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Like the other two towers, Tower 3 will also have a maximum height of 10-storeys plus a partial penthouse level and 111 car spaces, including 97 resident and 14 visitor spaces. The tower will contain 92 units: 36 one-bedroom, 54 two-bedroom, and two (2) four-bedroom units.

Kangaroo Point Residential Towers
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There will be a total of 1,624sqm of communal open space, at the ground level and on the rooftop of each tower, which will include swimming pools, lounge areas, outdoor dining, and outdoor gym.