Discover the innovative work

enriching everyday life


Sharing the feeling of home.

Back in 2018, the site developers undertook extensive research into the wants and needs of the Maroochydore community.

From the findings, a clear message emerged.

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Fish Lane Town Square

The forgotten lane, made alive.

In the 1880s, Fish Lane (formerly Soda Water Lane) existed as the keystone portal to South Brisbane’s docks. Until the city evolved, and didn’t take the laneway with it.

The lane disappeared from public record for over a decade. It was 16 years before it reappeared on public register. In the years that followed its reemergence, the laneway lived many lives.

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Harris Crossing

The electric energy of community.

In the early 2000s, Townsville development was picking up momentum. To support the increased commercial and industrial activity in the area, a flurry of new business sites were established as a part of the city’s Northeastern landscape.

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Gainsborough Greens

Retired farmland to
a flourishing community.

It was local voices that planted and grew Gainsborough Greens into a flourishing community and greenspace. Residents from nearby Pimpama, Coomera, and Jacob’s Well were invited to share their aspirations for the new community development – from how they believed it should look, to the feeling they envisioned for the project, to what they felt was missing from the local area.

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Cornwall Street

Affordable housing, bright futures.

Nestled within the inner-city suburb of Woolloongabba, is the Cornwall Street development – a nine-story apartment complex providing affordable housing to those in need.

Built on the site once occupied by a derelict motel, today, the Cornwall Street building’s 32 units are home to essential workers, people from the Queensland Housing Register, and young people at risk of homelessness.

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