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Why do you go to the Waterfront Place/Eagle Street Pier precinct (Waterfront Precinct)? Select all that apply:
Live in the precinctWork in the precinctVisit businesses in the precinctVisit restaurants and barsAccess the Kookaburra QueensUse CityCat or ferry stopUse Riverwalk to walk/run or cycleFor recreation (use of public spaces)
In general, how often to you go to the Waterfront Place / Eagle Street Pier precinct?:
Every week dayWeekendsOnce or twice a weekEvery couple of weeksOccasionallyRarely
How do you travel to and from the Waterfront Place / Eagle Street Pier precinct? Select all that apply:
CityCat or ferryBusTaxi or UberCycleCarWalk or run
Dexus has been given approval by the Queensland Government to investigate the feasibility of redeveloping the Eagle Street Pier complex and surrounds, rejuvenating the broader area into a premium business and leisure destination (to be called Waterfront Precinct). More detail can be found here: www.waterfrontprecinct.com.au
The ambition is to revitalise Brisbane’s premier dining hub and give back the waterfront to the Brisbane community, creating a place that celebrates Brisbane’s sub-tropical climate and delivers a global-standard business address and tourist destination in the heart of the CBD.
The proposal includes 1.5 hectares of public and riverfront open space, including shaded public terraces stepping down to the river, and an improved Riverwalk section that would continue the alignment along the river with the botanic gardens Riverwalk project. The mixed-use precinct would also incorporate two new towers on the Eagle Street Pier site, with the potential for commercial, residential apartments, a hotel and retail spaces.
There is the opportunity to reconfigure the way vehicle and pedestrian traffic moves through the precinct. A section of Eagle Street is proposed to be closed to vehicles to create a shaded, pedestrian and cyclist-friendly environment.
Do you have any views about the Waterfront Precinct proposal to create a pedestrian-focused public open space with better access to the river?
Do you have any views about the proposal to create the public open space by closing part of Eagle Street to traffic?
Any other comments?