556RepliesAbsolutely nobody was arguing 'no footbridge' this late in the piece.Last reply by how good is he in CBD Development 4 hours ago
268RepliesFound this: http://www.railpage.com.au/f-t11314244.htm The Adelaide City council has rejected Skycitys plan to put large external metal balconies on two levels of the Railway Station building. It very nearly got thru, the State Government has said it was ok, and it was only in the council that it was stopped and only by a slim number of votes. one that voted "yes" was the Lord Mayor I am the bearer of Bad News, Sky city has been given...Last reply by how good is he in CBD Development 4 hours ago
81RepliesRIP ... Wheels Magazine Yep, that's the big loss in all of this.Last reply by rev in The Pub 4 hours ago
133RepliesExhibition Building (demolished in 1962 for a...Last reply by monotonehell in Picture Posts 5 hours ago
1130RepliesNice article on the sunday mail last weekend about the new adelaide airport. Looks stunning, from the renderings and i really like the glass design which gives an unprecendented look at the adelaide cbd with the adelaide hills as a backdrop and the great coastline. Can't wait for it to open!Last reply by Stefan P in Infrastructure/Transport Development 8 hours ago
Adelaide CC - Submission by Hassell
Written by Howie Thursday, 10 February 2011 08:49
This isn't what will be built at the Adelaide Convention Centre site, but rather a submission by Hassell in the open design comp. Woods Bagot have won the tender for it's design, but just for a future point of reference i'll post up what Hassell came up with.
Thanks to Metro for the find.
More info on the Adelaide CC thread here.
CC8 / Aust Tax Office - U/C Update
Written by Howie Thursday, 10 February 2011 08:42
Xaragmata has posted some more progress shots of City Central Tower 8 / ATO building in case you're interested to see how construction is moving along.
And here's an early render of the building from 2009.
For more pics and info, mosey onto our forum thread here.
Fullarton Living Choice - SWP
Written by Howie Thursday, 10 February 2011 08:34
AG has noted that demolition has commenced on the site of Fullarton Living Choice. Approval was granted in December for a retirement village to accommodate up to 333 residents in across two four storey buildings.
Residents appear to be glad to see the former Julia Farr building, which has fallen into disrepair, demolished.
Here's a render of the development posted by Wayno in December last year.
More info in our forum thread here.
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