At the core of Herston Quarter is the character rich Heritage Precinct. Bringing together inviting public spaces, retail and beautifully refurbished heritage buildings, the Heritage Precinct is a thriving, connected community.
Established within the historical Lady Lamington building is a unique and exciting new student accommodation option for Brisbane based University students, UniLodge Herston.
This keystone portion of the Herston Quarter redevelopment is now being managed by UniLodge, providing student housing for up to 695 residents.
The property has been thoughtfully restored and fitted out with modern single rooms, shared rooms and state-of-the-art common area facilities and courtyards.
UniLodge is focused on providing a strong residential community, with an array of social opportunities and support to uphold a quality student lifestyle for all residents throughout their studies.
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The Lady Lamington Nurses’ Home and the Spanish Mission style Lady Lamington North and South Towers were constructed between 1896 and 1939 to provide housing for nursing staff working at the Royal Brisbane Hospital.
These iconic buildings sit prominently on the highest point of the Herston Quarter and have been refurbished as student accommodation, a respectful nod to their former use as nurses’ accommodation.
Constructed in 1922 to accommodate nurses working in the children’s hospital, the Edith Cavell building presents impressive views across Brisbane’s northern suburbs.
The adaptive reuse of the Edith Cavell building includes commercial accommodation and food and beverage outlets.
The Lady Norman building is a late Victorian L-shaped two storey timber and brick building. Completed in 1896, the Lady Norman building was built as an extension to the children’s hospital.
It is proposed that the Lady Norman building will be repurposed as a quality food and beverage venue with potential for flexible event space.