Located between Queen Street and the Brisbane River, this building was designed by internationally acclaimed WOHA and Architectus. Being designed especially for Brisbane’s subtropical climate, 443 Queen Street offers gardens on each level and cross ventilation to enhance the natural airflow throughout.

With the last remaining penthouse boasting 398m2 of space, the apartment encapsulates sweeping riverfront views, half of level 47, three-meter high ceilings, cross-flow ventilation and separated drying balconies. Cbus Property has collaborated with acclaimed Anna Spiro to style this unique last remaining penthouse. From the minute you enter the penthouse through an impressive private entry space, you are greeted with lofty metre high ceilings throughout, two spacious living zones, full-length glass windows encompassing the entire penthouse, natural light, and fresh air.

There are separate guest quarters featuring two bedrooms, each with a private ensuite and an impressive entry foyer with floor to ceiling glass. When the elevator delivers you to your level, one will be greeted by a light-filled sky lobby with natural ventilation surrounded by subtropical gardens and views of the city and river.

Feel the quality of the premium timber floors and the finest of finishes including double basins, stone benchtops and Gaggenau kitchen appliances. There is also a full floor of residential amenity including the CBD’s first infinity-edge riverside pool, cabana relaxation zones, gym, yoga deck and garden walking trail for all.

One can also stroll along the river to the very popular Howard Smith Wharves precinct featuring some of Brisbane’s best restaurants and bars. The sweeping Story Bridge, river and Brisbane City views from just about every corner of your new home.

It is the last remaining penthouse at 443 Queen Street – occupying over 390m2 of floor space. It also proclaims a new era for subtropical living where this penthouse provides a world of quiet relaxation and meticulous design.

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