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Victoria Square Redevelopment

Victoria Square Redevelopment

It's finally happening!  Check out the latest here.    

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Adelaide's Biomedical Precinct

Check out the latest on Adelaide's Biomedical Precinct

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Torrens Footbridge

Torrens Footbridge under construction

Check out the latest news on the Torrens Footbridge development.

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Adelaide Oval Redevelopment

For more discussion on the redevelopment, along with links to the construction thread, read on

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Rundle Lantern takes out Architecture Awards

Rundle lantern goes home with three architecture awards.

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Light Square Proposal Approved

The DAC has recently approved the 74-80 Light Square Approval.  Click to read more.

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    Nice 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 rev in Infrastructure/Transport Development 38 minutes ago
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    This makes interesting reading: http://www.kpmg.com/HU/en/IssuesAndInsi ... t-2011.pdf
    Last reply by rev in CBD Development 3 hours ago
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    Adelaide has a wonderful unique layout. Victoria Square in the very middle of the city and then another 4 squares surrounding it (Whitmore, Hurtle, Light and Hindmarsh). In my opinion the four squares are by far the biggest wasted potential of Adelaide. Currently they are unused, wasted and ugly spaces. Mainly ugly trees and some grass. If done well, i think each square could become an attraction in itself. I think we could do better than just using them as pretty sitting spaces. I think the...
    Last reply by thecityguy in The Pub 4 hours ago
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    From the advertiser. DEVELOPMENT : New suburb approved 03apr06 FINAL approvals have been given for the biggest housing development in 20 years in Adelaide's southern suburbs. Plans for the first stage of Seaford Meadows, a new suburb that will house 6000 residents, have been approved by Onkaparinga Council. Onkaparinga Council General Manager Terry Sutcliffe said: "It's the equivalent of adding another Walkerville to Adelaide." The 130ha Land SA project is valued at $500...
    Last reply by thecityguy in Metropolitan Development 4 hours ago
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    Starfish devlopments, the developer behind Vue has its second project coming before the DAC this Thursday. It is proposed to be 73m which is 20m above the height limit in the area. There are to be 223 apartments and 2 retail tenancies, one fronting Moprhett Street and the other Wright Street. This building was due to be bigger in both scale and height but were encouraged to reduce it in the pre lodgement process. I'm unable to use photo nbucket at work so apologies about the pic sizes.
    Last reply by EBG in CBD Development 5 hours ago

Adelaide CC - Submission by Hassell

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.

 

Hassell Entry

Hassell Entry

Thanks to Metro for the find.

 

More info on the Adelaide CC thread here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

CC8 / Aust Tax Office - U/C Update

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.

CC8

 

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

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.

Fullarton Living Choice

More info in our forum thread here.

   

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