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[COM] Re: #Approved - Wave (11-19 Gilles St) - 12 levels

#16 Post by Ben » Mon Nov 19, 2007 3:25 pm

Looks like this will also be commencing in the very near future.

Application recieved today:
11-19 Gilles Street, ADELAIDE SA 5000
Demolish existing building and construct 12 level office/residential building with ground floor retail tenancy, car parking on levels 1 to 3, offices on levels 4 to 6 and 8 apartments on levels 7 to 12 - Stage 1 - Demolition
So much demolition commencing in the next few months.

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[COM] Re: #Approved - Wave (11-19 Gilles St) - 12 levels

#17 Post by Will » Mon Nov 19, 2007 3:32 pm

With the tram line extension, this part of the city has now become increasingly accesible. I suspect that due to the low cost of building this one ($10 million), the developers may develop this one as a speculative development in a simialr fashion to Coglin Place.

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#18 Post by Omicron » Tue Nov 20, 2007 1:50 am

Here's hoping for a continuous skyline from North Tce to South Tce, as well as the street-level activity that a lively city deserves. That side of town is near the relatively sedate south-east residential areas, so any ground-level cafes or retail establishments ought to add to the character of the area.

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[COM] Re: #Approved - Wave (11-19 Gilles St) - 12 levels

#19 Post by skyliner » Tue Nov 20, 2007 7:25 pm

The KWS Sth high rise spine has been officially planned for from the 1970's and is only now catching on. Very few proposals along there should be knocked back. (I suspect the height limit will be about 12 floors however - so no 'scrapers'.
Ben wrote:Looks like this will also be commencing in the very near future.

Application recieved today:
11-19 Gilles Street, ADELAIDE SA 5000
Demolish existing building and construct 12 level office/residential building with ground floor retail tenancy, car parking on levels 1 to 3, offices on levels 4 to 6 and 8 apartments on levels 7 to 12 - Stage 1 - Demolition
So much demolition commencing in the next few months.
Excellent news Ben

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[COM] Re: #Approved - Wave (11-19 Gilles St) - 12 levels

#20 Post by Ben » Fri Nov 30, 2007 4:28 pm

This building has pre commitment and will commence Jan/Feb 2008.

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[COM] Re: #Approved - Wave (11-19 Gilles St) - 12 levels

#21 Post by crawf » Fri Nov 30, 2007 4:38 pm

Thanks Ben, geez next year is going to be quite a site with the CBD full of cranes :D.

So now we could have potentially at least two cranes in the southern end of KWS? :shock:

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[COM] Re: #Approved - Wave (11-19 Gilles St) - 12 levels

#22 Post by Ben » Fri Nov 30, 2007 4:40 pm

crawf wrote:So now we could have potentially at least two cranes in the southern end of KWS? :shock:
I would say more like 4.

This is commencing at the same time as the edge. On top of this you have Cnr of King William and Halifax st 12 levels and now the building next to Optus which also has pre commitment but needs approval. Exciting times next year!

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[COM] Re: #Approved - Wave (11-19 Gilles St) - 12 levels

#23 Post by crawf » Fri Nov 30, 2007 4:47 pm

Awesome!. I think we can basically thank the State Government for finally extending the tramline to North Terrace and ofcourse the ACC for relaxing height restrictions for a wave of new developments in southern KWS. Hopefully we see the same thing over in the West End.

And to imagine that this is just the start of this boom, definitely exciting times for Adelaide

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#24 Post by UrbanSG » Fri Nov 30, 2007 9:00 pm

Sounds good Ben. Any more details eg the size of the commitment, company involved? If all goes according to plan the southern CBD will be totally transformed and the plan of towers along King William Street leading to the central CBD will finally be realised. There could be a lot of cranes in this area come 2008 and throughout the entire CBD.

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[COM] Re: #Approved - Wave (11-19 Gilles St) - 12 levels

#25 Post by skyliner » Sat Dec 01, 2007 12:01 pm

Ben wrote:
crawf wrote:So now we could have potentially at least two cranes in the southern end of KWS? :shock:
I would say more like 4.

This is commencing at the same time as the edge. On top of this you have Cnr of King William and Halifax st 12 levels and now the building next to Optus which also has pre commitment but needs approval. Exciting times next year!
Add a couple for the Repco site bldg. as well. At that length, if SA water is any indicatior, it will need two cranes.

Great times ahead for Adelaide.

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[COM] Re: #Approved: Wave (11-19 Gilles St) - 12 lvls

#26 Post by rogue » Fri Feb 08, 2008 1:29 pm

Something might be up with this one. Built Environs have withdrawn their tender.

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#27 Post by Omicron » Fri Feb 08, 2008 1:59 pm

rogue wrote:Something might be up with this one. Built Environs have withdrawn their tender.
Withdrawn due to the likely success of a competing tender?

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[COM] Re: #Approved: Wave (11-19 Gilles St) - 12 lvls

#28 Post by urban » Fri Feb 08, 2008 2:06 pm

That can happen for many reasons:
- What Omicron said;
- They realise they haven't included something in their tender (oops forgot to include the lifts);
- Personnel might have left BE leaving them shortstaffed;
- Deterioration of the relationship between builder and Architect or client during negotiations (rare at this early stage).

This may or may not be a major problem depending on how far into the process they were and how close the remaining tenders are.

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[COM] Re: #Approved: Wave (11-19 Gilles St) - 12 lvls

#29 Post by metalMONSTER » Mon Mar 03, 2008 6:07 pm

This project will form part of the 'EDGE' project, with a common podium. It may be worth merging the threads.

HY look like they are the builders for this project.

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[COM] Re: #Approved: Wave (11-19 Gilles St) - 12 lvls

#30 Post by Omicron » Mon Mar 03, 2008 6:18 pm

metalMONSTER wrote:This project will form part of the 'EDGE' project, with a common podium. It may be worth merging the threads.

HY look like they are the builders for this project.
They of SA Water fame? That's promising.

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