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[COM] Lot 8 | 43m | 13lvls | Office

#1 Post by Will » Fri Dec 01, 2006 5:56 pm

This coming Monday December 4, the ACC will approve plans submitted by Kyren PTY LTD for a new 13 level mixed use building for the vacant lot at 16-20 Coglin Place (off Gouger Street).

The new building will have:
*7 floors of office accomodation (4 star ABGR Rating)
*5 floors of residential accomodation
*basement storage
*ground floor lobby
The technical specifications of the building are as follows:
*12 levels
*40m to top of structure
*37.85 to top of top floor
*23m long
*29m wide
*GFA of 7942m2
*floor to ceiling heights of 3.3m in offices and 2.7m in apartments
*2 lifts
*2 escalators

The architect for the building is Cheesman architects
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#2 Post by crawf » Fri Dec 01, 2006 6:01 pm

40m - nice height for that part of town

thanks will

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#3 Post by Pikey » Sat Dec 02, 2006 6:09 pm

This is the empty blocks near the courts yeah? With the multilevel car park behind it?

If so, about time that got filled!
Walking on over....

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#4 Post by Will » Sun Dec 03, 2006 2:57 pm

Pikey wrote:This is the empty blocks near the courts yeah? With the multilevel car park behind it?

If so, about time that got filled!
Yes it is. However there are two empty lots. This will fill the small empty piece of land on Coglin Street and should thus cover the western side of the carpark from the Gouger Street view. THe former creché site is designated for another proposal; the failed Minster Ellison building. However I can report that it still may go ahead.

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#5 Post by Ho Really » Sun Dec 03, 2006 3:34 pm

Will wrote:THe former creché site is designated for another proposal; the failed Minster Ellison building. However I can report that it still may go ahead.
Good to hear that this may still go ahead. That empty hole has been there too long.

As for the Coglin Street dev by Theo Samaras, it's a great spot close to the Glenelg tram, restaurants, pubs and the Central Market. Wonder how many apartments on the five floors and what the price range will be?

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#6 Post by Will » Sun Dec 03, 2006 3:53 pm

Ho Really wrote:
Will wrote:THe former creché site is designated for another proposal; the failed Minster Ellison building. However I can report that it still may go ahead.
Good to hear that this may still go ahead. That empty hole has been there too long.

As for the Coglin Street dev by Theo Samaras, it's a great spot close to the Glenelg tram, restaurants, pubs and the Central Market. Wonder how many apartments on the five floors and what the price range will be?

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This will be a slightly different style of apartment development, in that entire floors will be sold 'bare' thus allowing the buyer to either sub-divide each individual floor into a maximum of 3 apartments, or make an entire floor apartment.

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#7 Post by Will » Tue Dec 05, 2006 12:06 pm

The developers withdrew the application last night, and hence this building will be deliberated upon at a future council meeting. The developers most likely want to make some last minute changes.

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#8 Post by Captain Howdy » Tue Dec 05, 2006 2:02 pm

can't wait for a render :D

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#9 Post by AG » Wed Dec 06, 2006 8:53 am

A bit late to post this article I know, but I will anyway:

Buildings can bring alive the cityLAUREN NOVAK
December 05, 2006 01:15am
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A MIXED-use development proposed for the CBD will bring more people to the city's southwest, the developers say.

The $9 million proposal was approved by the Adelaide City Council development assessment panel last night.
The development at 115-127 Gilbert St includes a four-storey apartment building and 11 townhouses.

The main building will comprise 12 apartments, while there is room for one commercial tenancy and 14 car parks.

A second proposal for a 12-storey office and residential building at 16-20 Coglin St was deferred for consideration at a later meeting.

Forme Projex director Andrew Hudson said the development would create more activity in the area than the current building.

Last night's meeting was the first of the council's new development assessment panel, which comprises four independent experts and three council members, as required by legislative changes announced in June.

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#10 Post by Howie » Wed Dec 06, 2006 9:32 pm

Captain Howdy wrote:can't wait for a render :D
Will's got one.. i'll post it up tomorrow.

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#11 Post by Pistol » Thu Dec 07, 2006 1:40 pm

Very nice renders. Me like very much.

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#12 Post by Snorkie » Thu Dec 07, 2006 2:41 pm

Wow that is impressive. Will mentioned a change but i imagine there wont be much of change from these renders, yeah? Nice lookin building though to say the least.

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#13 Post by crawf » Thu Dec 07, 2006 4:40 pm

Umm, i dont know about this one :?

though the height has merit.

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#14 Post by Captain Howdy » Thu Dec 07, 2006 4:47 pm

Is that quite tall for the area? It's quite a daring design, I kinda like it!

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#15 Post by Mants » Thu Dec 07, 2006 5:41 pm

i like it, what a great location aswell!

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