[APP] 51 Pirie Street | 114m | 28 Levels | Hyatt

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[APP] Re: 51 Pirie Street | 114m | 28 Levels | Hyatt

#391 Post by Ben » Mon Aug 05, 2019 9:44 am

It was said to be going at Lot 14 but whether that is still the case I don't know. there hasn't been much released recently about the hotel component.

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[APP] Re: 51 Pirie Street | 114m | 28 Levels | Hyatt

#392 Post by Nort » Mon Aug 05, 2019 10:05 am

how good is he wrote:
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While I'm happy its happening it seems a strange place for a Hyatt. I have always found Pirie St at nights and weekends empty/dead with nothing much even open..I think North Tce would have been a more appropriate location or even 88 O'Connell St. C&G [with the previous Govt] had a hotel in their proposal for Lot 14 facing the Botanic Garden and ideally a "Hyatt on the Park" there would have been ideal.
Counterpoint: It's close to Victoria Square and Waymouth Street (which is a bit of a restaurant/nightlife spot with works recently done to improve the streetscape) while also being a short walk from the East End. Developments like this on Pirie Street will also bring more life there.

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[APP] Re: 51 Pirie Street | 114m | 28 Levels | Hyatt

#393 Post by Champs84 » Mon Aug 05, 2019 10:42 am

Nort wrote:
Mon Aug 05, 2019 10:05 am
how good is he wrote:
Fri Aug 02, 2019 8:18 pm
While I'm happy its happening it seems a strange place for a Hyatt. I have always found Pirie St at nights and weekends empty/dead with nothing much even open..I think North Tce would have been a more appropriate location or even 88 O'Connell St. C&G [with the previous Govt] had a hotel in their proposal for Lot 14 facing the Botanic Garden and ideally a "Hyatt on the Park" there would have been ideal.
Counterpoint: It's close to Victoria Square and Waymouth Street (which is a bit of a restaurant/nightlife spot with works recently done to improve the streetscape) while also being a short walk from the East End. Developments like this on Pirie Street will also bring more life there.
Gouger and the markets are also walkable.

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[APP] Re: 51 Pirie Street | 114m | 28 Levels | Hyatt

#394 Post by how good is he » Mon Aug 05, 2019 8:34 pm

Yes but my point was more about it being a Hyatt than the location for a hotel per se. I think the site is fine if it was a mid-tier brand (Sofitel etc etc). Would you agree/concede that the Pirie St location is a big step down for a 5/6 star hotel and from its former site along North Tce & facing the River Torrens?

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#395 Post by Ben » Mon Aug 05, 2019 8:41 pm

Sofitel is about as upmarket as you can get and they back onto the alleys of hindley street. I imagine the decisions are made from overseas/interstate and they look at how close everything is on a map.

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[APP] Re: 51 Pirie Street | 114m | 28 Levels | Hyatt

#396 Post by Patrick_27 » Wed Aug 07, 2019 2:37 pm

Ben wrote:
Mon Aug 05, 2019 9:44 am
It was said to be going at Lot 14 but whether that is still the case I don't know. there hasn't been much released recently about the hotel component.

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Marriot at Lot 14 was a Labor proposal, this building will now be used by the Defence Industries.

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