A new era in
Historically a predominantly commercial and semi-industrial area, Woolloongabba has entered a new era of regeneration, where its prime location just minutes from the city and Southbank, is highly coveted.
INNER CITY LIFE
In Woolloongabba’s strip shops, chic bars now sit alongside quirky boutiques, antique stores and cafés. Nestled between heritage listed buildings, you’ll also find high end restaurants serving up seriously decadent dishes, like the popular; 1889 Enoteca, Baker’s Arms, Detour and Sorellina Pizzeria.
Living at Silk One means you’ll forever remain connected to the Greater Brisbane region – and beyond. Not only is the CBD and Woolloongabba bus terminal within walking distance, but residents have easy side street access to the building by car and a short trip to the M1, which is around 2 mins away.
A new 10.2 kilometre mostly underground rail line, running between Dutton Park and Bowen Hills is planned for Brisbane. Woolloongabba will be one of just four locations to receive a new, high capacity station which will be less than 350m from Silk One, putting the CBD a single stop away.
AN AUSTRALIAN SPORTING ICON
In 1895, a small patch of land was set aside in Woolloongabba, as the location for what has become one of the world’s most famous sporting arenas. The Gabba has been the backdrop for some of the nation’s most memorable cricketing moments and is home to the Brisbane Lions’.
The Gabba is also the venue for many popular cultural events, including the much publicised concert by British singer Adele. Now, located adjacent to this iconic and much loved landmark, Silk One will become an intrinsic part of The Gabba story.