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Very good challenge to Melbourne's Southbank, but with the advantage of a dedicated underground railway station.

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Gabba expands skyward and downward
MARISSA CALLIGEROS
July 19, 2010 - 1:00PM
http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/queensl ... 10h21.html

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An artist's impression of the planned commercial and high-density living centre just one kilometre from the Brisbane CBD. Image
Forty-storey tower planned for Woolloongabba

Skyscrapers up to 40 storeys high have been given the go-ahead to tower over Woolloongabba's new underground railway station, brisbanetimes.com.au can reveal.

The towers are a feature of the government's master plan for the Gabba precinct between Vulture and Stanley streets, which would see it become a transit-oriented residential and commercial hub.

Premier Anna Bligh said the proposal would allow for high-density living and commercial office space, with easy access to public transport and shopping and dining facilities, directly opposite the Gabba.


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