Commercial + Workplace

101 Albert Street

Commercial + Workplace

101 Albert Street


101 Albert Street, Brisbane, QLD


QIC Real Estate


Architectus & Henning Larsen


In Design


Mechanical, Electrical, Fire Protection, Hydraulics, Sustainability, Information + Communication Technology (ICT), Acoustics, Fire Engineering, Vertical Transportation

Developed by QIC Real Estate and designed by Architectus & Henning LarsenADP Consulting Pty Ltd is incredibly excited to be delivering multi-services engineering and sustainability design on the project. A city-changing project symbolising change, 101 Albert Street, integrates world-class architecture and engineering, with human-centric design, connectivity and urban space.

The landmark, 40-storey green village will breathe life and vivacity into its surrounding CBD location and will be a celebrated addition to the Brisbane skyline.

“Designed to meet new and emerging ways of working, the development will reflect Brisbane’s unique subtropical climate and youthful culture, provide connections to nature, and incorporate design elements that interweave responses to Country and reflect local stories of place.

When viewed from the Albert Street Cross River Rail Station, the proposed tower will appear as a subtropical vertical garden, with seamless transitions between indoor and outdoor spaces. The tropical foliage theme will be integrated throughout the development, including an expansive rooftop area that allows occupants to enjoy outdoor spaces, including a surrounding rooftop garden.”

Designed in accordance with high environmental and sustainability principles, the proposal is pursuing an Environmentally Sustainable Design, targeting a 6-Star Green Star Buildings rating (Australian Excellence), and a 5.5-Star NABERS Energy rating.

The complex aims to be a fully electrified, gas-free development, and has been designed to inspire and reflect Queensland Urban Heritage Principles and Brisbane City Council’s New World City Design Guide: Buildings that Breathe.

The Albert Street development is the first of four multibillion-dollar, above-ground developments linked to the $5 billion Cross River Rail project, a crucial transport link being developed ahead of the Brisbane 2032 Olympic Games.

QIC Real EstateArchitectusHenning LarsenRCPRobert Bird GroupEckersley O’CallaghanUrbisBlaklashThe Fulcrum AgencyWT (Australia & New Zealand)

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To learn more about the project get in touch:

Founding Director

Laurent Deleu

P: +61 3 9521 1195
M: +61 417 399 301
E: [email protected]

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