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  • Multiplex has delivered the final piece of Shayher Group’s Brisbane Quarter, The One Residences
  • Joining the 5-star @ Brisbane Hotel and 40-storey Commercial Tower
  • The luxury 82-storey, 274m high residential tower is a $300 million development

Multiplex has delivered the final piece of Shayher Group’s Brisbane Quarter, The One Residences, joining the 5-star @ Brisbane Hotel and 40-storey Commercial Tower, marking the completion of the $1 billion mixed use-development.

Multiplex regional managing director Graham Cottam said he was proud to have reached this highly anticipated milestone and have delivered the world class precinct for Brisbane on behalf of Shayher Group.

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“After 1,359,642 man hours, 30,000m3 of concrete, and a range of innovative construction techniques, The One is complete, and with it, the entire Brisbane Quarter.”

The luxury 82-storey, 274m high residential tower is a $300 million development comprising of 467 residential units, a riverside retail and dining precinct, and recreational and amenity areas.

The One, sitting at 300 George Street, offers both two and three bedroom residences.

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Shayher Group’s group director John Lin said, “The precinct sets a new benchmark for luxury construction in Australia, and we will look to continue our development efforts in Queensland as it experiences an era of growth.”

Formerly the site of the Supreme Court of Queensland, the Brisbane Quarter precinct occupies 7,892 sqm of prime riverfront inner-city land and fronts North Quay, George, Adelaide, and Ann streets.

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