Brookfield is anticipating to start construction on the project in 2019. Renders: REX architecture

Brookfield committed to $1.1bn Elizabeth Quay project

Brookfield Property Partners today unveiled the design blueprint for its $1.1 billion twin tower development at Elizabeth Quay, following its entry into project delivery agreements. 

Brookfield Australia head of development Carl Schibrowski said the Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority had granted the group principal planning approval for the mixed-use project, which will be built on lots 5 and 6 at Elizabeth Quay, and will comprise two towers.


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There is no better qualified developer or architects’ firm in the world today. How fortunate For Perth.

I think it is a great idea that developers are finally thinking of mixed-use buildings for Perth. I believe there is a great opportunity for other buildings, either untennanted or largely vacant in the CBD, to be retro-converted to mixed use. Hopefully they are smart and have retail on the first couple of floors followed by business clients then residential on top to enjoy the views and clean air.

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