About 5000 workers to move into Fortitude Valley About 5000 workers could move into Fortitude Valley if a proposed 26 storey commercial tower gets the tick of approval.
A development application for the coach warehouse outlet online tower at 801 Ann Street was lodged to the Brisbane City Council by developer Walker Corporation on Wednesday in a move the developer said wastoestablishthe Valley as one of Brisbane's coach outlet stores at tanger most desirable places to work. Walker general manager for Queensland Development Peter Saba said Brisbane was seeing a slowdown in the inner city high rise residential market because of a cyclical oversupply. Mr Saba said the proposed commercial tower would appeal to top coach men's outlet store tier companies with workers in the tower also able to eat, drink and shop nearby. Valley Chamber of Commerce president Murray Sutherland saidthe development would boost the area's reputation as a centre of trade, commerce and industry. "A new commercial building of this scale and quality is very valuable to businesses in the area and speaks to investor confidence in the Valley," he said.
"I am excited to see an experienced developer like Walker bring forward a great proposal that will grow the Valley's workforce population and boost the 24 hour economy in the next few years." The proposal for the commercial tower would have46,659 coach outlet albertville mn hours sq m floor area forcommercial and retail space and 386 sq m of retail space on the ground level on McLachlan Street.
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