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The building features curved edges for each floor. Image Supplied.
  • Project will feature two buildings - one four storeys, the other three
  • Comes as Bottega's 1230BR project was launched several weeks ago
  • Both projects set to begin construction later this year

Bottega has received development approval for a new boutique residential project along the riverfront in Bulimba, Brisbane.

The two-building 69 Byron project is the latest development by Bottega, headed by Louis Mennes and Nick Malloch, and will be located at 69 Byron Street.

One building will be four storeys, the other three, with an open walkway to connect both. A unique rooftop for residents will be featured on the top of the four-storey building, which is the first to have been approved in the area.

69 Byron’s design incorporates a nautical theme that will deliver nine residences featuring floor-to-ceiling glass exteriors.

Mr Mennes said the design deliberately pushes the boundaries by using boathouses influences to complement the natural setting.

“The design works in concert with a series of garden retreats throughout and, with the inclusion of the rooftop activation, we have created an intimate blend of shared and private spaces to enhance the living environment.

“We’re proud of the design which we believe perfectly integrates these themes to produce an elegant interpretation of luxurious living by the river.”

Louis Mennes, Bottega

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View of the three-storey building for 69 Byron. Image Supplied.

The announcement comes several weeks after the launch of fellow Bottega project 1230BR, a 17-storey apartment project – the Gold Coast debut for the developer – featuring 14 full-floor apartments topped by a two-level penthouse and a whole floor resort deck located midway.

Construction for both projects is set to commence later this year.

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