News & Discussion: General CBD Development

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Re: News & Discussion: General CBD Development

#2446 Post by VinyTapestry849 » Fri Mar 13, 2020 5:06 pm

The Kyren group have recently admitted that the adelaidean had its height increased to 138m, pretty dope!! :D

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#2447 Post by cmet » Fri Mar 13, 2020 11:49 pm

VinyTapestry849 wrote:The Kyren group have recently admitted that the adelaidean had its height increased to 138m, pretty dope!! :D
Where, need proof for the wiki lol

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Re: News & Discussion: General CBD Development

#2448 Post by gnrc_louis » Sun Mar 15, 2020 1:27 pm

https://www.commercialrealestate.com.au ... 2016148624

Might finally see that ugly open air carpark on Light Square get developed now that the site is for sale.

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Re: News & Discussion: General CBD Development

#2449 Post by Ho Really » Sun Mar 15, 2020 10:16 pm

gnrc_louis wrote:
Sun Mar 15, 2020 1:27 pm
Might finally see that ugly open air carpark on Light Square get developed now that the site is for sale.
Yes that would be nice.

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Re: News & Discussion: General CBD Development

#2450 Post by citywatcher » Sat Apr 18, 2020 10:19 am

Nearing completion:

Sofitel
Wingfold
124 Waymouth St
Light Square
120 Wakefield
Market St
Realm
Crowne Plaza

Under construction:

Toms Court
Penny Place
269 North Terrace

To commence 2021:

Flinders One Stage 2
Hyatt Hotel
Oaks Tavern
Sahmri 2
GPO
Walker Tower

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Re: News & Discussion: General CBD Development

#2451 Post by Patrick_27 » Sat Apr 18, 2020 9:15 pm

citywatcher wrote:
Sat Apr 18, 2020 10:19 am
Nearing completion:

Sofitel
Wingfold
124 Waymouth St
Light Square
120 Wakefield
Market St
Realm
Crowne Plaza

Under construction:

Toms Court
Penny Place
269 North Terrace

To commence 2021:

Flinders One Stage 2
Hyatt Hotel
Oaks Tavern
Sahmri 2
GPO
Walker Tower

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Sofitel should be listed in Under Construction, Toms Court is closer to the finish line than Sofitel...

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Re: News & Discussion: General CBD Development

#2452 Post by citywatcher » Sat Apr 18, 2020 10:04 pm

Patrick_27 wrote:
citywatcher wrote:
Sat Apr 18, 2020 10:19 am
Nearing completion:

Sofitel
Wingfold
124 Waymouth St
Light Square
120 Wakefield
Market St
Realm
Crowne Plaza

Under construction:

Toms Court
Penny Place
269 North Terrace

To commence 2021:

Flinders One Stage 2
Hyatt Hotel
Oaks Tavern
Sahmri 2
GPO
Walker Tower

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Sofitel should be listed in Under Construction, Toms Court is closer to the finish line than Sofitel...
Sofitel is 35 storeys with the cores currently at about 30
Toms Court is 15 and currently sits at about 3 or 4 .......

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Re: News & Discussion: General CBD Development

#2453 Post by Ben » Sat Apr 18, 2020 11:36 pm

Core of Sofitel is at 25 I’m pretty sure and floor level is 21.

What is oaks tavern?

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Re: News & Discussion: General CBD Development

#2454 Post by citywatcher » Sat Apr 18, 2020 11:47 pm

There was a core rise
Starting on 22 and 23 now
If I have the right site The oaks tavern is what the planet night club used to be called

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Re: News & Discussion: General CBD Development

#2455 Post by Ho Really » Sun Apr 19, 2020 12:50 am

citywatcher wrote:
Sat Apr 18, 2020 11:47 pm
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If I have the right site The oaks tavern is what the planet night club used to be called
Image

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Re: News & Discussion: General CBD Development

#2456 Post by rev » Tue May 12, 2020 5:36 pm

Riverside Centre’s multimillion dollar makeover
Giuseppe Tauriello, The Advertiser
May 11, 2020 5:30pm
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More than $40 million is being invested in the Riverside Centre building in the Adelaide CBD, with government tenants locked in for another ten years at the North Tce tower.

The investment will include a major refurbishment program costing around $24 million, including a major focus on sustainability initiatives such as solar panels and technology upgrades.

Major capital upgrades will include new tenant fit-outs, improved end of trip and bike storage facilities, and upgraded building services including hot water units, new building management systems, new lift generators and a new plaza, ground-floor lobby and atrium.

An additional $19 million will be spent as part of a long-term tenant retention program.

The investment marks a decade of ownership by German investor Atlantic Funds.

Sydney-based asset manager Ashbridge Capital is co-ordinating the investment program after working with Atlantic to negotiate ten-year lease renewals over more than 21,000sqm of office space in the building.

The building is now fully tenanted, with the South Australia Housing Association and Department of Human Services as anchor tenants, and leases to state and federal government departments secured to December 2030.

Since 2007, Ashbridge Capital has completed $250 million in advisory projects and has $200 million worth of assets under management, including Riverside Centre.

Ashbridge Capital founder Vishant Narayan, a former long-time managing director of Real I.S. Group in Australia, has invested and managed $400 million of European capital into the Adelaide commercial real estate market.

He remains bullish about the local property market, and Adelaide’s evolving Riverbank precinct, despite the challenges posed by the coronavirus crisis.

As he continues to work with other offshore capital partners, Mr Narayan says Adelaide is generating an increasing level of interest from overseas investor groups.

“Despite the current challenges, and wider economic slowdown in Australia, the Adelaide CBD will outperform in the coming years, backed by solid economic fundamentals and sound government,” he said.

“South Australia has proven to be an attractive investment market for smart offshore capital, and we will focus on greater investment in Adelaide in the short to medium terms.”

Property Council SA executive director Daniel Gannon welcomed the “incredibly positive signal to South Australia’s investment market”.

“South Australia has long been the country’s best kept secret,” he said.

“Decisions like this will create more jobs, stimulate the state’s economy and ultimately encourage further investment in South Australia.”

Riverside Centre opened in 1989, with Atlantic paying $66.8 million for the property in 2010.
https://www.adelaidenow.com.au/business ... 72b53ec00b

Shame they're renovating it and not driving a D11 dozer through it.

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Re: News & Discussion: General CBD Development

#2457 Post by Patrick_27 » Tue May 12, 2020 8:07 pm

Agreed, rev. Based on that article it doesn't even seem like they are doing much in the way of an external upgrade, apart from the ground floor.

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Re: News & Discussion: General CBD Development

#2458 Post by Algernon » Tue May 12, 2020 9:48 pm

Not to mention it is prime land for a much larger commercial development. Wasted opportunity to get rid of a puke building.

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Re: News & Discussion: General CBD Development

#2459 Post by SBD » Tue May 12, 2020 10:13 pm

“Despite the current challenges, and wider economic slowdown in Australia, the Adelaide CBD will outperform in the coming years, backed by solid economic fundamentals and sound government,” he said.

“South Australia has proven to be an attractive investment market for smart offshore capital, and we will focus on greater investment in Adelaide in the short to medium terms.”
It would seem that something is going well, despite the usual noise on this forum.

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Re: News & Discussion: General CBD Development

#2460 Post by Joelmark » Wed May 13, 2020 7:49 am

Hard to believe the Riverside Centre is only 30 years old, really.
I completely get that the Riverside Centre and the InterContinental and other buildings in the ASER project are not to everybody's taste, and there is the valid claim that they also partly enroach on the parklands.
That said, I don't mind the architecture - the ASER project still reminds me of that mid 80s "go-ahead" attitude, and also laid the foundation for the development of Adelaide as an international conference venue.
The Bannon Government in 1983-84 was foresighted enough at least to foresee the long-term economic benefits of the project in terms of attracting international money and visitors to Adelaide.

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