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A reimagining of urban living with a central focus on community, generosity, and connection to nature.


801 Ann St seeks to provide an exemplary residential project grounded in a deep understanding of place and a sincere dedication to life in the subtropics. The design seeks to reimagine urban living with a central focus on community, generosity, and connection to nature.

A deeper understanding of place

Crafted through a meticulous analysis of the site and its surroundings, 801 Ann aims to seamlessly engage with the existing context of Fortitude Valley whilst offering rejuvenation to one of the more intense inner-city suburbs of Brisbane. It envisions weaving a vibrant, active, and generous urban atmosphere into the Valley heart, utilizing urban gestures and deep sheltered public spaces to establish a porous and harmonious interface with the city. A deliberate focus on the power of landscape is at the heart of all design strategies embedded in the project.

Ann St seeks to promote an approach to multi-residential design that is as equally generous to the city as it is to residents.

801 Ann focuses on creating a vertical neighbourhood centred on community and well-being. The centrepiece of the development, a voluminous city room on Morgan Street crafts a publicly accessible space with vibrant facades, sub-tropical gardens, and a ‘heroic’ quandong tree. This entry threshold acts as a gathering place where residents, visitors, workers, and the broader community can come together to engage in the intensity of urban life all in the context of a subtropical garden space.

project details
Ann StreetEG Funds Management Fortitude Valley, Queensland