New Developments

O'Connell's Mall, Queenstown

O'Connells is a key asset in Skyline's property portfolio. Opened in 1988 on a site originally occupied by O'Connell's Hotel, it has been the retail centre of Queenstown for 30 years.

Each of O'Connells four floors will be modified to retain a mix of retail and commercial spaces, as well as keeping the ground floor eatery. The concept plans have been designed by acclaimed Queenstown architect Preston Stevens of McAuliffe Stevens.

Changes to the building’s exterior have presented several opportunities, including creating a new customer entry off Cow Lane; providing customers direct access to Beach Street stores as well as the building (from Beach Street); upgrading the entries off Camp and Beach Street’s and review the elevations along Beach St and Cow Lane to make it more accessible from the street.

It is likely there will also be a new ‘feature’ public lift between the food court and level three, inside the atrium.

The main construction period began in February 2020, with the expected completion date late 2021.

The O’Connells redevelopment is Skyline Properties’ second major commercial building project in central Queenstown in recent years. In 2016, the company opened the iconic mixed-use Eichardt’s Building on Marine Parade – complementing the area’s luxury precinct.


Swansea, UK

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Sheffield, UK

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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

An aerial shot of Skyline Luge Tongyeong, showcasing tree covered mountains next to the ocean.

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Queenstown Redevelopment

An Artists Impression of Skyline Queenstowns Proposed Main Building Upgrade.

Skyline Queenstown is investing in a significant upgrade and expansion of its facilities – a one in 30-year project.

As well as a complete redevelopment of the Skyline upper complex and brand new bottom entry terminal, the project will see the current four-seater Gondola system replaced with a state-of-the-art 10-seater Gondola and replacement of the Luge chairlift.

Proposed developments include:

  • Replace the existing four-seat Gondola with a 10-seat Gondola.
  • Build a new, larger base terminal to accommodate the bigger Gondola cabins.
  • Build a multi-storey car park alongside the Gondola base terminal.
  • Expand the number of seats in Stratosfare Restaurant & Bar to a flexible configuration for multiple dining
  • options.
  • New café.
  • Expanded retail operations.
  • Replace the existing Luge two-seater chairlift with a four-seat chair (completed).
  • Expand the viewing deck from 68sqm to 486sqm.
  • Almost double the capacity for conferences to cater to more than 700 delegates.
  • This ambitious project is expected to take several years to complete.

Find out more on this project here.