What will the project offer?

We are proposing a minor change to the existing approval featuring a mix of 66 spacious and open plan two- and three-bedroom apartments across 12 residential levels including ground floor retail and communal rooftop spaces.

Designed by award winning architects Rothelowman, the project features a highly articulated building façade with increased greenery and landscaping designed to enhance interaction with the streetscape.

Read our frequently asked questions here.

Development Application

Minor Change Application

Product Mix

66 boutique 2 bedroom and 3 bedroom apartments

Application Reference

A005419163

Key Project Information

Design reduces the number of apartments from 130 in the existing approval to 66, by providing larger 2- and 3-bedroom apartments.

Reduction of existing approval

Design reduces the number of apartments from 130 in the existing approval to 66, by providing larger 2- and 3-bedroom apartments.

A food and beverage retail space on the ground floor, with special consideration to increase landscaping and integration with the suburban streets.

Street interface and retail

A food and beverage retail space on the ground floor, with special consideration to increase landscaping and integration with the suburban streets.

With 111m<sup>2</sup> of deep planting, the design provides more than four times the area of total deep planting from the previous application.

Extensive green space and landscaping

With 111m2 of deep planting, the design provides more than four times the area of total deep planting from the previous application.

Approximately $1.3m will be provided directly to Council and QUU to improve local infrastructure, roads, parks and stormwater.

Infrastructure charges

Approximately $1.3m will be provided directly to Council and QUU to improve local infrastructure, roads, parks and stormwater.

Design provides 22 additional carparks above Council requirements, reducing impact to local on-street parking.

Additional carparks

Design provides 22 additional carparks above Council requirements, reducing impact to local on-street parking.

Community Engagement

Community Engagement

It is Mosaic’s belief that we have a social responsibility to ensure our neighbours are aware of what’s happening in their neighbourhood regardless if we are legislatively required to inform the public or not.

We understand the impacts property development can have on those who live nearby, which is why we invest heavily into finding a middle ground between our neighbours, our homeowners and Mosaic.

We have proactively engaged with local councillors to understand community concerns and gather feedback. Through these meetings, our design became focused on an environmentally conscious building, increasing active amenities in and outside of our project, increasing greenery and more.

Improvements made to existing approval

Improvements made to existing approval

We’ve improved the existing design in many ways, paying specific consideration to Brisbane City Council’s ‘Buildings that Breathe’ guidelines and designing the apartments with the owner in mind – optimising access to natural light and open plan spaces. Our layouts are well considered to ensure functionality and our communal areas promote a sense of well-being.

We also significantly improved the streetscape and extent of greenery to create a welcoming feel on Archer Street and Coronation Drive.

Overall, the look and feel of the project has been greatly improved to be more sensitive to the surrounding community.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a ‘minor change application’?

As the name suggests, a ‘minor change’ relates to a proposed change that does not result in a ‘substantially different development’.

Mosaic lodged a minor change application to amend and improve the already approved BPM development application. Please refer to the Brisbane City Council website [LINK] for more details on the ‘minor change application’ process and constraints.

What is a ‘minor change application’?

How will Mosaic aim to reduce impacts during the construction phase?

Mosaic is committed to keeping interested stakeholders and neighbours informed of what’s happening during the entire process from DA phase to project completion, and to provide an avenue for people to ask us questions whenever they need.

Mosaic also implements construction methods which aim to reduce general construction impacts as much as possible such as dust suppression, delayed start times and more. More information will be provided following the development application process.

How will Mosaic aim to reduce impacts during the construction phase?

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