[CAN] 23-25 Market Street | 46m | 13lvls | LeGrand Hotel

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[CAN] 23-25 Market Street | 46m | 13lvls | LeGrand Hotel

#1 Post by Will » Thu Apr 19, 2007 1:47 pm

A development application has been lodged with the ACC for the Team Textiles site at 23-25 Market Street.

The proposed development is for a 9 level mixed-use building comprising ground floor retail and carparking, office accomodation on levels 1-6, and 5 apartments on levels 7-8.

The development has been classified as Category 2 by the council, and is expected to cost $5 million.

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#2 Post by crawf » Thu Apr 19, 2007 2:29 pm

I'm starting to get a bit worried with all these developments proposed or approved.

Anyway, If anyone wanted to know Market St is opposite the Central Markets - facing south.

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[CAN] PRO: 23-25 Market Street | 5 lvls | Res

#3 Post by Howie » Sat May 12, 2007 8:17 pm

Moderator's note: The renders shown are for an old proposal. There is a new proposal for a 12 level apartment building, see posts from 14 July 2010

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Thanks to our SA Gun - Will for this one.
This development is for the site at 25 Market Street off Gouger Street. It is a mixed-use building that is 30.2m high and has 9 levels. It features 6 levels of office accomodation totalling 3606 sqm2. It will also feature 5 townhouse style apartments in the top 2 levels. The ground floor will have 16 carparks and retail tenancies.
Here's the DA.
http://www.sensational-adelaide.com/ima ... _25/da.pdf

If someone wants to strip the render out of it and post it here, that'd be great.. as my photoshop stopped working with Vista :(

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[CAN] Re: Low to Mid-Rise CBD Development

#4 Post by Ben » Mon Sep 10, 2007 4:00 pm

This is now up for public consultation.
Application No:
DA/0260/2007

Address:
23-29 Market Street, ADELAIDE 5000

Nature of Development:
Demolish existing buildings and construct 5 storey mixed use building comprising ground floor retail and carparking, levels 1-2 office use and levels 3-4 apartments with roof top gardens (6x2 storey) (Amended Plans - re-notification)

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[CAN] Re: Low to Mid-Rise CBD Development

#5 Post by Will » Mon Sep 10, 2007 8:39 pm

beamer85 wrote:This is now up for public consultation.
Application No:
DA/0260/2007

Address:
23-29 Market Street, ADELAIDE 5000

Nature of Development:
Demolish existing buildings and construct 5 storey mixed use building comprising ground floor retail and carparking, levels 1-2 office use and levels 3-4 apartments with roof top gardens (6x2 storey) (Amended Plans - re-notification)
This one used to be 9 levels. It's a shame that it's height has been reduced. However I remember that it had a very dated 1970's design. So in that case it 's probaably not such a bad thing.

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[CAN] Re: Low to Mid-Rise CBD Development

#6 Post by Will » Thu Nov 15, 2007 10:43 pm

After a break of around 6 weeks, due to the Adelaide city council election, the DAP is back in action next week, with its new members.

At the first meeting of the new DAP meeting the following development will receive planning approval:

145-160 West Terrace, 262-280 Sturt Street; 297-309 Wright Street & 21 Arthur Street (Toyota showroom)

*To demolish the existing buildings and construct a 4 level automobile showroom, containing offices, repair workshops, and 2 levels of carparks.


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23-29 Market Street

*construct 5 level mixed-use building comprising ground floor retail, 2 levels of offices and 5 apartments on the top 2 floors.

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[CAN] Re: #Proposed : 25 Market Street - 30m 9lvl - mixed use

#7 Post by AtD » Mon Nov 26, 2007 5:33 pm

Approved, as per Will's post here.

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[CAN] Re: #Proposed : 25 Market Street - 30m 9lvl - mixed use

#8 Post by Plasmatron » Mon Nov 26, 2007 6:19 pm

I do hope they update the design somewhat, or at least it turns out somewhat different than the inital rendering would suggest...
Now you're playing with power.

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[CAN] Re: #Proposed : 25 Market Street - 30m 9lvl - mixed use

#9 Post by ynotsfables » Tue Nov 27, 2007 1:35 am

It's good for that side of town, it may not be the most prestigiuos of developments, but it does add density and height to help transform that area. Once you get the building occupied it may appear more exciting.

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[CAN] Re: #Proposed : 25 Market Street - 30m 9lvl - mixed use

#10 Post by Will » Tue Nov 27, 2007 3:31 pm

AtD wrote:Approved, as per Will's post here.
Thanks Adam, I completely forgot there was a thread about this one. However in light of the changes made to this building, I think that it would be appropriate if the moderators changed the title of the thread to 5 levels.

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[CAN] Re: #Proposed : 25 Market Street - 30m 9lvl - mixed use

#11 Post by Will » Tue Nov 27, 2007 5:57 pm

Here are images of the revised proposal. Due to fears that the previous proposal would dominate the neighbouring heritage building, the developers have reduced the height to 5 levels/ 17.54m.

I personally think that the new proposal looks better.

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[CAN] Re: #Proposed : 25 Market Street - 30m 9lvl - mixed use

#12 Post by Howie » Tue Nov 27, 2007 6:04 pm

Thanks for the updated renders mate. Geez, who's going to notice an extra four levels if it's staggered as it is there. Mountain > Molehill.

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[CAN] Re: #Proposed : 25 Market Street - 30m 9lvl - mixed use

#13 Post by AtD » Tue Nov 27, 2007 6:16 pm

Still, it looks much better.

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[CAN] Re: #Approved : 25 Market Street - 5 lvl 17.54m - mixed use

#14 Post by Howie » Tue Nov 27, 2007 6:19 pm

Yeah, i'll agree with that. It does look nicer though. Changed title.

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[CAN] Re: #Approved : 25 Market Street - 5 lvl 17.54m - mixed use

#15 Post by Omicron » Wed Nov 28, 2007 12:04 pm

Those renders are far more realistic than other more misleading ones for other developments - those that use odd angles to emphasise height that isn't there, or hand-drawn colours and features that just don't translate into construction reality. I'd like to see more of these real-life representations being used.

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