News & Discussion: Low/Mid-Rise CBD Development

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wilkiebarkid wrote:
Tue Oct 27, 2020 9:52 pm
crawf wrote:
Tue Oct 27, 2020 9:37 pm
Fits well with it's ugly neighbour

So tired of these rubbish designs filling the city skyline.
I'd be surprised if the ACC would approve this monstrosity!
What are you guys on about? This proposal is actually setting itself apart of the usual crap.

We don't know enough about it yet, but there's every chance it could be fabulous.
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Love it. These sort of buildings litter every square in Europe and they're what make a city square feel that way. For me this reminds me of Verona.
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Additional floors on new building in booked precinct on north terrace starting to be built
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SBD wrote:
Tue Oct 27, 2020 3:36 pm
A balcony with no balustrade. Designed to ensure it's easy to get rid of drunk party guests? Especially if they try to steady themselves against the pole that isn't there.
Looks like a parapet wall with a simple handrail on top.

Cannot explain the columns though, or lack thereof. :lol:
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BSK wrote:
Thu Oct 29, 2020 9:47 am
SBD wrote:
Tue Oct 27, 2020 3:36 pm
A balcony with no balustrade. Designed to ensure it's easy to get rid of drunk party guests? Especially if they try to steady themselves against the pole that isn't there.
Looks like a parapet wall with a simple handrail on top.

Cannot explain the columns though, or lack thereof. :lol:
Could be - it's hard to tell how high the ceiling of the balcony below it is. I see now that the face at that level is higher which could be a parapet wall.
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7/11/2020 A tower crane is being erected at 26-28 North Tce , the former Fairmont homes building, See crane news thread.
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Update for the 4th project in Hurtle Sq. this is a rather narrow site only 3 bays wide. The basement is nearly complete in the centre & south side only the north side (LHS in picture) is still open.
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Ben wrote:
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Ben wrote:
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this is just off Whitmore square next to the Salvos site I believe.
Application Number: DA/506/2020
Type: Application Assessed on Merit
Lodged: 15/09/2020
Location: 2-8 Hocking Place, ADELAIDE SA 5000
Description: Construct 8 level building containing retail and parking at ground level and apartments above

Name
ENZO CAROSCIO ARCHITECTURE

This is now on public notification.... interesting design.... :shock:

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https://epathway.adelaidecitycouncil.co ... ction=View
This is now approved.
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I noticed yesterday that the building where Stage 5 (https://www.formeprojex.com.au/stage-05) of Hurtle and Co. will be is fenced off, so perhaps demolition will happen soon.
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Ben wrote:
Wed Nov 25, 2020 7:40 pm
Ben wrote:
Tue Oct 27, 2020 8:48 am
Ben wrote:
Tue Sep 22, 2020 5:20 pm
this is just off Whitmore square next to the Salvos site I believe.


This is now on public notification.... interesting design.... :shock:

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https://epathway.adelaidecitycouncil.co ... ction=View
This is now approved.
Few more pictures of this on the IG of the architect: https://www.instagram.com/enzo_caroscio_architecture/
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The house on the corner of Hurtle Square and Carrington St looks to be getting demolished. Not sure what the plan for the site currently is? Anyone know if its the same one as a few years ago when apartments were proposed?
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gnrc_louis wrote:
Wed Dec 09, 2020 7:55 pm
The house on the corner of Hurtle Square and Carrington St looks to be getting demolished. Not sure what the plan for the site currently is? Anyone know if its the same one as a few years ago when apartments were proposed?
It's apartments, not sure if it's the same one you're referring to.
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Some updates from out the back end of the new biomes building on north terrace across from SAHMRI where they are adding two floors. First is to show new structural supports of additional floors and second was taken from right beside where that guy escaped the remand centre last week.

It night just be interesting to me, but the building CMAX occupies to the left of picture, is going to be occupying the new floors of the building in addition to its current hold. The persin who owns both buildings is currently in discussions with building a large elevated walkway from around Lvl 5/6 of both buildings. As the buildings are diagonal to each other I think it will be interesting to see how they manage this.
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gnrc_louis wrote:
Wed Nov 25, 2020 7:46 pm
I noticed yesterday that the building where Stage 5 (https://www.formeprojex.com.au/stage-05) of Hurtle and Co. will be is fenced off, so perhaps demolition will happen soon.
Demolition is indeed well underway now for Stage 5 of Hurtle and Co
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A picture of the site for stage 5 (next to stage 1, the dark grey building behind the site) on the north west side of Carrington St & Huttle Sq showing demolition complete on Sunday 13/12/2020
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