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Dorcas tower

13 Nov 2014

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A planning application for 68-70 Dorcas St in Southbank has been submitted to the State Goverment for consideration.

Having acquired the 1478 sqm site for $17 million in May, the newly-registered Asian developer 20Q Development Co has lodged a proposal to build a 92-metre-high mixed use tower with 274 apartments and 193 car parks.

Located on the corner of Dorcas and Dodds Streets, the 29-storey tower would sit directly next to the Global Television Studios at 58-66 Dorcas St, which was recently approved for another high-rise development.

If approved, the new tower would also include ground floor retail space and more than 100 scooter and bike parking spaces.

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