New tower for Perth City Link Precinct

A 21-storey tower designed by Woods Bagot has been approved in Perth by DevelopmentWA, Western Australia’s central land and development agency.

The mixed used tower will be located in the Perth City Link Precinct, a 13.5-hectare project reconnecting the city’s CBD and Northbridge for the first time in a century.

The approved tower will feature 29,000 square metres of leasing areas, three outdoor terraces, a foyer and a roof top garden looking out to Northbridge, according to ArchitectureAU.

The Lot 9 commercial tower is one of five sites owned by developer Far East Consortium, three of which are being designed by Woods Bagot.

Far East Consortium has been working on projects across Australia since 1994 and is owned by David Chiu of FEC, founded in 1960, and based in Hong Kong.

The company is behind Queens Wharf in Brisbane, Elizabeth Quay in Perth, and numerous sites and projects across Melbourne and the Gold Coast.

Image: Woods Bagot

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