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Re: #Redevelopment - Port Adelaide Waterfront $1.2billion

#211 Post by AtD » Mon Sep 10, 2007 9:52 pm

Yeah but the ones at Flinders don't have cabs on top so they don't count. :P

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Re: #Redevelopment - Port Adelaide Waterfront $1.2billion

#212 Post by Will » Tue Sep 11, 2007 2:11 pm

AtD wrote:Yeah but the ones at Flinders don't have cabs on top so they don't count. :P
9 sounds better than 7 :mrgreen:

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Re: #Redevelopment - Port Adelaide Waterfront $1.2billion

#213 Post by Cruise » Wed Sep 12, 2007 2:17 pm

Walked through there today and must say it looks very, very posh.
Mark my words Port Adelaide will one day be better then Glenelg!!!
Will be going through again this week with my camera to show you all

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Re: #Redevelopment - Port Adelaide Waterfront $1.2billion

#214 Post by jimmy_2486 » Wed Sep 12, 2007 6:14 pm

Cruise Control wrote:Walked through there today and must say it looks very, very posh.
Mark my words Port Adelaide will one day be better then Glenelg!!!
Will be going through again this week with my camera to show you all
Ha Ha Ha....you reckon?

I cant see that happening.

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Re: #Redevelopment - Port Adelaide Waterfront $1.2billion

#215 Post by AtD » Wed Sep 12, 2007 7:22 pm

Cruise Control wrote:Walked through there today and must say it looks very, very posh.
Mark my words Port Adelaide will one day be better then Glenelg!!!
Will be going through again this week with my camera to show you all
I had a different impression of the area that's now open. Away from the water, I thought it was a bit tacky. The car parks really ruin the area IMO, they could have at least given them a facade.

The water front was nice though.

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Re: #Redevelopment - Port Adelaide Waterfront $1.2billion

#216 Post by crawf » Thu Sep 13, 2007 1:27 am

jimmy_2486 wrote:
Cruise Control wrote:Walked through there today and must say it looks very, very posh.
Mark my words Port Adelaide will one day be better then Glenelg!!!
Will be going through again this week with my camera to show you all
Ha Ha Ha....you reckon?

I cant see that happening.
Well it does have more to offer than Glenelg (once the redevelopment is complete and the new defence precinct is in operation), also its just next door to Semaphore.

Though Glenelg is pretty popular place to be these days, so it will be interesting to see.

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Re: #Redevelopment - Port Adelaide Waterfront $1.2billion

#217 Post by Cruise » Thu Sep 13, 2007 2:52 am

AtD wrote:
Cruise Control wrote:Walked through there today and must say it looks very, very posh.
Mark my words Port Adelaide will one day be better then Glenelg!!!
Will be going through again this week with my camera to show you all
I had a different impression of the area that's now open. Away from the water, I thought it was a bit tacky. The car parks really ruin the area IMO, they could have at least given them a facade.

The water front was nice though.
Admittedly, I only walked along the water front, and dive along the road betwwen the two tall building and the train station

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Re: #Redevelopment - Port Adelaide Waterfront $1.2billion

#218 Post by Will409 » Tue Sep 18, 2007 9:22 pm

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Re: #Redevelopment - Port Adelaide Waterfront $1.2billion

#219 Post by AtD » Tue Sep 18, 2007 10:04 pm

You might want to post that in the relevant thread and remove it from here. This is a project thread for the apartments.

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Re: #Redevelopment - Port Adelaide Waterfront $1.2billion

#220 Post by Pistol » Sat Sep 22, 2007 6:17 am

From the Advertiser
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THREE apartment buildings – one partially over the Port River – will make up the next stage of Newport Quays if approved by the State Government.

The third stage in the Port Adelaide waterfront redevelopment, worth $250 million, would be made up of about 400 new homes and a 100-berth marina and valet boat parking facility.

Plans were lodged on Wednesday with Planning SA's Development Assessment Commission.

Newport Quays Consortium spokesman Todd Brown described the new apartment building designs as "iconic".

"In a striking architectural statement by architects Woodhead and Denton Corker Marshall, one of these stunning apartment buildings will literally float right over the Port Adelaide River creating a truly iconic landmark for the Port Adelaide inner harbour," he said.

The third stage in the $2 billion Newport Quays project, being developed by joint venture partners Urban Construct and Multiplex Living, would take two years to build.

More than 3000 people have registered an interest in the precinct, which would be SA's largest single stage release.

In addition to the three apartment complexes, the proposal incorporates a cluster of three-storey villas, each of which would have a private marina berth.

There will also be home office accommodation available, as well as cafes and restaurants, a waterfront public plaza for community events and three public jetties.

"Stage three is about new frontiers and about creating a truly landmark form for Port Adelaide, encapsulating the spectacular water views along the entire vista of the Port Adelaide River," Mr Brown said.

The release follows the near completion of stage one, known as Edgewater. Stage two, Marina Cove, is under construction
Whoa, this is really going to change the Port...
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Re: #Redevelopment - Port Adelaide Waterfront $1.2billion

#221 Post by AtD » Sat Sep 22, 2007 7:59 am

That looks very interesting, hanging over the river like that. Now we're talking serious density.

Do you mind if I copy-pasta the above to SSC?

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Re: #Redevelopment - Port Adelaide Waterfront $1.2billion

#222 Post by Will » Sat Sep 22, 2007 11:26 am

WOW! that looks spectacular!

It is a vast improvement over the current industrial, post-apocalyptic wasteland.

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Re: #Redevelopment - Port Adelaide Waterfront $1.2billion

#223 Post by bmw boy » Sat Sep 22, 2007 11:55 am

wowa-weewa verry nice :D

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Re: #Redevelopment - Port Adelaide Waterfront $1.2billion

#224 Post by SRW » Sat Sep 22, 2007 12:21 pm

Pistol78 wrote:From the Advertiser
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Looks very Miami, though in a good way...
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Re: #Redevelopment - Port Adelaide Waterfront $1.2billion

#225 Post by Shuz » Sat Sep 22, 2007 12:49 pm

I count 10 floors on the over-hang tower, suspended by structural columns about 2/2.5 floors above ground - and a plantroom atop = 13/13.5 levels. I don't know what this equates height-wise, but 40-50m is about right?

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