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[U/C] Re: #Proposal - $70m Brickworks Redevelopment

#46 Post by Paulns » Fri Jul 29, 2011 12:58 pm

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[U/C] Re: #Proposal - $70m Brickworks Redevelopment

#47 Post by Nathan » Fri Jul 29, 2011 2:22 pm

I'm glad that there's the focus on brickwork, but that white "modern bit" and the red verandahs work against it. I would have thought a combination of wood and iron would have been the way to go (look at some of the buildings around Ebernezer Pl and Vardon Ave, particularly the back of the Charlick Brothers building where the Belgium Beer Cafe is for a good example)

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#48 Post by spiller » Fri Jul 29, 2011 4:26 pm

I'm hoping this gets a move along soon, being a resident of the nearby area, it will be good to have a destination such as this. Plus the current brickworks site is very sad looking.

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#49 Post by The Scooter Guy » Fri Jul 29, 2011 5:27 pm

spiller wrote:I'm hoping this gets a move along soon, being a resident of the nearby area, it will be good to have a destination such as this. Plus the current brickworks site is very sad looking.
And so's the former Plant Liquidators building.
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#50 Post by pushbutton » Fri Jul 29, 2011 6:56 pm

I don't mind the modern white and red bits. I think they blend in quite well with the more traditional looking red brick parts and it's quite well designed. I just hope the interior isn't just another boring bland generic white mall. I don't want it to be old fashioned either necessarily, just something a bit different and interesting!

The most important thing as far as I'm concerned is that they keep the recreational facilities (bumper boats, go karts and crazy golf) and update and refresh them and perhaps add additional attractions too. If they don't it may as well be any other shopping centre and I won't be going. Adelaide has few fun things to do as it is so I really hope this won't result in us losing one of the few there is.

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#51 Post by pushbutton » Sun Aug 21, 2011 10:27 pm

I visited the Brickworks yesterday with my 11 yr old nephew and neice to take them on the rides and the rides were all closed because the wooden bridge that leads to them has been declared unsafe by safework SA. I can't say I'm in the least bit surprised because every time I've gone across that bridge lately it's felt as if it could fall down any second and the wood is totally rotted through.

It seems a real shame though if they can't even find the money to replace a few bits of wood!

I hope this is fixed soon and I certainly hope the rides are incorporated into the redevelopment and improved upon. It would be shameful if it ends up just another boring shopping mall with a few market stalls. It could be so much more than that with nice outdoor cafes, play areas, rides, a couple of pubs and an outdoor stage for shows and maybe some indoor entertainment facilities such as roller-skating, snooker hall, laser skirmish etc.

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#52 Post by The Scooter Guy » Mon Aug 22, 2011 4:51 pm

pushbutton wrote:I visited the Brickworks yesterday with my 11 yr old nephew and neice to take them on the rides and the rides were all closed because the wooden bridge that leads to them has been declared unsafe by safework SA. I can't say I'm in the least bit surprised because every time I've gone across that bridge lately it's felt as if it could fall down any second and the wood is totally rotted through.

It seems a real shame though if they can't even find the money to replace a few bits of wood!

I hope this is fixed soon and I certainly hope the rides are incorporated into the redevelopment and improved upon. It would be shameful if it ends up just another boring shopping mall with a few market stalls. It could be so much more than that with nice outdoor cafes, play areas, rides, a couple of pubs and an outdoor stage for shows and maybe some indoor entertainment facilities such as roller-skating, snooker hall, laser skirmish etc.
I hope so too! I've never been there yet either.
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#53 Post by Will » Tue Sep 27, 2011 12:13 pm

From the Messenger:
Green light for Brickworks overhaul

Local News27 Sep 11 @ 11:12am by Lia Harris


BRICKWORKS traders have welcomed news that an $85 million overhaul of the markets has been given the green light, more than a decade after it was flagged with the council.

Woolworths was last week given approval from the Development Assessment Commission (DAC), to re-develop the 4.8ha site.

The supermarket giant first approached West Torrens Council about the development in 2009 after negotiations with other potential developers, dating back nine years, had fallen through.

The development will include a supermarket, Big W, Dan Murphy’s, about 50 specialty shops and 1000 car spaces, with the main market building and heritage-listed kiln being retained by the council.

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[U/C] Re: #Proposal - $70m Brickworks Redevelopment

#54 Post by metro » Tue Sep 27, 2011 1:49 pm

Will wrote:From the Messenger:
The development will include a Woolies, Big Woolies, Woolies owned bottle shop, about 50 Woolies friendly specialty shops and over 1,000 car spaces, with the main market building and heritage-listed kiln being retained by the council, because woolies wanted to have it removed.
this is a bit more accurate. :lol:

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#55 Post by Omicron » Thu Sep 29, 2011 12:11 am

metro wrote:
Will wrote:From the Messenger:
The development will include a Woolies, Big Woolies, Woolies owned bottle shop, about 50 Woolies friendly specialty shops and over 1,000 car spaces, with the main market building and heritage-listed kiln being retained by the council, because woolies wanted to have it removed.
this is a bit more accurate. :lol:
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#56 Post by Ben » Tue Nov 22, 2011 6:44 pm

Tenders are in today's paper for this development.

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#57 Post by The Scooter Guy » Wed Nov 23, 2011 5:50 pm

Likely that SWP should begin by next year.
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#58 Post by Nort » Fri Nov 25, 2011 1:23 am

Do we know if any of the stuff like the go-kart track is staying or going yet?

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#59 Post by Paulns » Fri Nov 25, 2011 7:45 pm

The Scooter Guy wrote:Likely that SWP should begin by next year.
The sooner the better, can't wait for this one.
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[U/C] Re: #APP - $70m Brickworks Redevelopment

#60 Post by crawf » Tue Feb 07, 2012 6:50 am

Join Woolworths, Big W, Mini Major and 55 specialty operators. The centre is due to open towards the end of 2013.

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