Albert Street precinct renewal strategy

Brisbane Metro and Cross River Rail will deliver a faster commute and attract investment and development to the Albert Street precinct. Brisbane City Council has worked with the Cross River Rail Delivery Authority to guide this investment via precinct renewal strategies to ensure new development brings more restaurants, cafes, bars, shopping and entertainment as well as new parks, inspiring art and a safer and more relaxed walking and cycling experience.

The Albert Street precinct is already home to a selection of well-established cafes, restaurants and hotels and provides easy access to the City Botanic Gardens and Queensland University of Technology. The draft renewal strategy for Albert Street precinct capitalises on these attributes and provides strategies and actions to transform the precinct into a thriving city precinct where commuting is easy, and the streets are alive with greenery, dining, shopping and inspiring art.

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Brisbane's knowledge corridor

The Albert Street precinct is part of Brisbane’s knowledge corridor – where global entrepreneurs, local start-ups, researchers, business leaders and emerging talent converge to bring big ideas to life. Find out more about Brisbane’s knowledge corridor, including where it leads and what it means for Brisbane’s future economy.


Community consultation was open from 18 May to 29 June 2020 on the framework document and all five precinct renewal strategies. This feedback is being considered by Council and will inform the final framework document and renewal strategies.

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Last updated:30 June 2020