Embracing Brisbane’s subtropical lifestyle and looking to revitalise a historic area of Brisbane’s inner north, Mercedes-Benz Brisbane recently announced development approval for its new Autohaus, which will be constructed a stone’s throw away from Breakfast Creek’s river walk. The development – designed by acclaimed architects Cottee-Parker – will showcase a world-class aesthetic and will seek to revitalise the area around the development and adjacent Ross Street.
The Mercedes-Benz Brisbane Autohaus will set the standard for luxury, featuring not only a showroom and full-service dealership, but also a classic car museum and service centre all under one roof. At the Breakfast Creek Wharf ground level, the Autohaus will host cafe and restaurant facilities, which will be open year round and will aim to cater for families with a varied offering. Completing the development will be a rooftop space suitable for event hire. The Mercedes-Benz Brisbane Autohaus will start construction in mid-January 2017 and is slated for completion in July 2018.