Originally built in 1865, the Bellevue Hotel is a heritage building that stands on an island site surrounded by land that has undergone continual changes of use. The hotel served as a licensed premises until 1995, and then became an unoccupied building.

Jackson Teece provided a commercially viable solution for this problematic site, adaptively re-using the heritage hotel building to accommodate its historic significance.

The development retains the old building with commercial space on the ground floor. A new, eight-storey building stands behind the old hotel, and comprises a total of 31 luxury apartments over a basement car park.


2011 Landcom - Multiple Dwelling Award for Bellevue Hotel Apartments