Kurilpa Riverfront Renewal… in the heart of Australia’s New World City

Brisbane City Council has just released the Kurilpa Riverfront Renewal Project. As one of Brisbane’s most highly anticipated urban renewal opportunities, the Kurilpa Riverfront Renewal project aims to unlock this catalyst precinct and guide its transformation from industry and factories to the city’s most vibrant and diverse inner-city riverside community.

Fleet Lane is situated in the heart of the Kuripla Precinct and only 500m from the Brisbane CBD.

Kurilpa Precinct Benefits

+25 ha – Large redevelopment sites facilitate the opportunity to create a new city-defining neighbourhood supporting 11,000 residents and 8,000 employees.

A short stroll – Situated just a short stroll from the heart of Brisbane’s city centre and including the Cultural Precinct, West End, South Bank, Convention Centre, Caxton Street and Suncorp Stadium.

4.8 million visits – Adjoining the Cultural Precinct at South Bank, home to Queensland’s leading arts and cultural institutions including the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art, Queensland Museum and Sciencentre and Queensland Performing Arts Centre, attracting more than 4.8 million visits a year.

1300 events – Within minutes of the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre at South Bank playing host to 1,300 international and national events each year, including the 2014 G20 Leaders Summit.

$270 billion – As the largest urban regeneration opportunity within Brisbane’s inner-city, Kurilpa will contribute to and benefi t from the expected doubling of Brisbane’s GDP to $270 billion in the next 20 years.

25 degrees Celsius 261 days – Brisbane’s mean annual temperature range from 15 to 25 degrees Celsius and 261 sunny days every year provides the enviable opportunity to support a diverse waterfront precinct offer with tremendous outdoor lifestyle appeal, attracting investors, locals and visitors alike.

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Construction Update

Demolition of the existing structures on site commenced on the 14th August 2014. Image shows excavations to date. City and adjoining park in the background.