According to The Australian Financial Review, Chinese developer R&F has unveiled plans to develop an amended $502 million mixed-use precinct and public riverside space for its 1.6-hectare landholding at Brisbane's West End.
The developer's offshoot, R&F Property Australia, said it would undertake the approved masterplan development of more than 1000 apartments, while seeking changes to expand the public plaza. The site originally had an approval for seven buildings and 981 apartments.
It would also have river homes or lower level terraces along the Brisbane River as well as new retail and commercial space for shops and restaurants.
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