Skyline Apartments is located in the Brisbane CBD residential precinct known as Petrie Bight. The 2,631sqm site was purchased from Southern Cross Broadcasting and was formerly home to the 4BC Radio Studios.

 

Centrally located at 30 Macrossan Street, in a residential enclave of Brisbane’s CBD, Skyline Apartments provides easy access to shopping centres, galleries, cafés, restaurants, bars and river walks.

The building, developed by the Seymour Group in conjunction with Ariadne Property and designed by the Nettleton Tribe, was built by Watpac Constructions. Construction of the complex began in July 2005, with the first slab being poured in December of that year.  Upon completion in September 2007, Skyline Apartments reached 150m and was the third tallest residential building in Brisbane.
Containing 190 residential apartments, two retail tenancies and 253 parking spaces, the 47 floor tower boasts spectaculars views down both reaches of the Brisbane River. Uniquely for a Brisbane CBD building, the complex includes a full sized tennis court.  Other facilities include BBQ facilities, a gym, steam room, heated pool and spa. The building is fully air-conditioned with many distinctive features such as high ceilings, state-of-the-art security, a unique blending of indoor and outdoor areas and an impressive two-storey lobby. 
The Skyline Apartment building was chosen as an outstanding example of Queensland architecture, being showcased at both the Shanghai World Expo 2010 and Venice Architecture Biennale 2010.
Corner of Macrossan Street and Arch Lane, Brisbane.