First look at game-changing 64-storey Queen’s Wharf tower

As the $3.6 billion Queen’s Wharf transforms the River City before our eyes, The Courier-Mail can exclusively reveal the first glimpse of the precinct’s first residential tower, a sleek skyscraper set to soar 64 storeys above the streets of Brisbane.

Registrations of interest for the 667 apartments of Queen’s Wharf Residences officially open on Saturday (Dec 27), with prices ranging from $550,000 to $3 million.

It is another significant milestone for the much-vaunted project heralded as a game-changer for the Brisbane River.

On track to open in 2022, Queen’s Wharf will showcase four hotels, 50 restaurants, cafes and bars, an extensive retail precinct, refurbished heritage buildings and a publicly-accessible Sky Deck offering stunning CBD and river views.

In addition to Residences, Queen’s Wharf has scope for up to two more residential towers, with construction dates yet to be finalised.

A pedestrian bridge will span the river to South Bank, while a spectacular flying fox has also been mooted.

Star’s group executive of operations Geoff Hogg said the registration of interest for Queen’s Wharf Residences would add another compelling chapter to the mega-project’s story.

“It’s exciting that another phase of the Queen’s Wharf development is set to come to life,” he said.

“Work on the integrated resort is well under way and remains on track for an expected opening in 2022.

“It will ensure Brisbane is home to Australia’s leading tourism and entertainment destination, and a significant driver of jobs and other economic benefits for Queensland. Now there’s an opportunity for people to become a part of this history- making project and live within the precinct that will transform Brisbane.”

Works on the apartment tower have already started, in conjunction with basement and podium works under way on the integrated resort.

The apartments are being developed by Far East Consortium and Chow Tai Fook, the joint-venture partners with Star in the Queen’s Wharf development, and will feature a mix of one, two and three bedrooms.

General public sales of Residences apartments are expected to start in March with a visitor’s centre and display suite set to open early next year.

It is part of a hat-trick of projects by the gaming giant gathering momentum across the east coast, including Star Gold Coast and Star Sydney.

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