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#361 Post by citywatcher » Thu Aug 19, 2021 5:36 pm

Rest of crane up this weekend

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#362 Post by EBG » Sun Aug 22, 2021 12:46 am

Please refer to crane news for picture of crane.

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#363 Post by gnrc_louis » Sat Aug 28, 2021 2:29 pm

Suspended pool bridge to link Vibe hotel with a second high-rise building in Adelaide’s CBD

A swimming pool linking two high-rise buildings in the CBD will feature in a new $45m hotel development being built at the “Paris end” of Flinders St. See the artist impressions.

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August 28, 2021 - 11:52AM

Guests will be able to swim between buildings as part of a new hotel development being built in Adelaide’s east end.

Construction of the $45m Vibe hotel on Flinders St has accelerated in recent weeks, with installation of the site’s crane completed last weekend.

The hotel will feature as its centrepiece the city’s first “suspended bridge swimming pool” linking the new tower with the neighbouring ONE apartments building.

The 19-storey hotel has been designed by Loucas Zahos Architects and will include 123 guest rooms, a pool deck, spa and public plaza.

Guests and the general public will be able to walk underneath the pool, which will be suspended 4.6 metres above the public plaza.

It will be supported by a concrete slab and sheltered on either side by plants and perforated metal.

A walkway on one side of the pool will provide walk-through access between the two buildings.

Its construction follows the recent opening of the world’s largest free-standing acrylic pool in London. The 3-metre deep pool connects two residential towers 10 storeys, or 35 metres, above the street.

Vibe hotel developer GuavaLime expects the Vibe project to create 120 full-time jobs during the peak of construction activity, and 50 ongoing full-time jobs once the hotel opens in late 2022.

Director Con Zahos said it would also attract more tourists to the city once domestic and international borders reopened following Covid-19.

“It will be the focal point and springboard for visitors experiencing and doing business in Adelaide,” he said.

“In particular, Vibe Adelaide will set the standard in the worldwide movement to modern and relevant millennial stays. Hotel guests can choose to retreat to luxuriously-appointed rooms or be part of a vibrant, inner-city community at ground level with restaurants, bars and culture.”

Vibe is part of the international TFE Hotels group, and will become a “sister hotel” to the Adina Treasury when it opens in November next year.

TFE Hotels chief operating officer Chris Sedgwick described the Vibe brand as an “upscale lifestyle hotel”.

“The hotel’s design-focused style will reflect a vibrant, inner-city community at ground level with lively restaurants and bars,” he said.

“On the higher floors, the open-plan bathrooms and floor-to-ceiling windows will frame city views that extend all the way to the beautiful Adelaide Hills.”

The project will complete two decades of development by GuavaLime in the precinct dubbed “Flinders East” by the developer, located at the “Paris end” of Flinders St.

It will be the tenth and final building to be completed by GuavaLime on the northern side of Flinders St, between Frome and Hutt streets.

The hotel is one of several new accommodation projects currently being built in the CBD, including Greaton’s $200m GPO hotel which commenced in April, and the Sofitel on Currie St which is due to open in the coming weeks.
Design looks to have changed as well? https://content.api.news/v3/images/bin/ ... f45bcd36d8

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#364 Post by PeFe » Sat Aug 28, 2021 4:12 pm

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#365 Post by crawf » Sat Aug 28, 2021 5:26 pm

“Paris end” of Flinders St
Lol... umm

Didn't know they had stobie poles in Paris :P

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#366 Post by SRW » Sun Aug 29, 2021 7:24 am

The project will complete two decades of development by GuavaLime in the precinct dubbed “Flinders East” by the developer, located at the “Paris end” of Flinders St.

It will be the tenth and final building to be completed by GuavaLime on the northern side of Flinders St, between Frome and Hutt streets.
That's a shame, there's still so much scope for development in this part of the city. I guess this is the extent of their land holding.

They're also behind the Wyndham Grand proposal at the corner of KWS & Currie, so hopefully it means they're now turning their attention to getting that built.
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#367 Post by gnrc_louis » Sun Aug 29, 2021 10:47 am

SRW wrote:
Sun Aug 29, 2021 7:24 am
The project will complete two decades of development by GuavaLime in the precinct dubbed “Flinders East” by the developer, located at the “Paris end” of Flinders St.

It will be the tenth and final building to be completed by GuavaLime on the northern side of Flinders St, between Frome and Hutt streets.
That's a shame, there's still so much scope for development in this part of the city. I guess that was this is the extent of their land holding.

They're also behind the Wyndham Grand proposal at the corner of KWS & Currie, so hopefully it means they're now turning their attention to getting that built.
Agreed - wish someone would buy that "carpark" where the failed Opus development was and build something there.

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#368 Post by rev » Sun Aug 29, 2021 3:50 pm

crawf wrote:
Sat Aug 28, 2021 5:26 pm
“Paris end” of Flinders St
Lol... umm

Didn't know they had stobie poles in Paris :P
Jokes aside, how/why/since when? ...and who and what drugs where they on when they decided.

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#369 Post by EBG » Sun Sep 05, 2021 10:05 pm

update 5/9/2021. tthe basement level only extends under the rear( northern section including the list core. The southern section next to Flinders does not have a basement. Note the tower crane is located within the lift core. The form work for the core climbing frame is waiting to be installed. Pictures from Dalley St.
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#370 Post by PeFe » Fri Sep 17, 2021 5:09 pm

Bit of advertising fluff about the hotel
Construction now underway at Vibe Hotel Adelaide
The entry of the Vibe brand to South Australia will complete the generational mixed-use development of the Flinders East precinct.

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Vibe Hotel Adelaide will feature 123 guest rooms.

Workers are now on-site at the site which will become TFE Hotels’ newest brand to enter the South Australian market, with Vibe Hotel Adelaide set to introduce a new player in the city’s upscale lifestyle segment.

The long-awaited AUD$45 million project from Loucas Zahos Architects, first announced back in 2018, will be a mixed-use dual-tower development featuring hotel rooms on one side and residential apartments in the other. The 19-storey project will sit in the city’s east, near the Adelaide Convention Centre and Rundle Mall, featuring 123 guest rooms and a striking glass frontage.

Hotel facilities will include a day spa, sauna and an impressive pool deck featuring a ‘pool bridge’ linking the two towers which will allow guests to swim high above the street below and cross between the hotel and residential apartments.

TFE Hotels Group Chief Operating Officer, Chris Sedgwick, said the company was looking forward to expanding its presence in South Australia and opening the state’s first Vibe hotel.

“This hotel’s design-focused style will offer a vibrant, inner-city community vibe at ground level with lively restaurants and bars,” Sedgwick said.

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Cantilevered baths will adorn open-plan bathrooms at the forthcoming Vibe Adelaide.

“On the higher hotel floors, the open-plan bathrooms and floor to ceiling windows will frame city views that extend all the way to the beautiful Adelaide Hills.”

Loucas Zahos Architects Principal Architect and Director, Con Zahos, said the hotel would be the anchor of Flinders East and would cap off its two-decade presence developing the overall precinct.

“The Vibe Hotel is the final jewel in the crown of 10 projects in the Flinders Street Precinct,” Zahos said.

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The lobby at Vibe Hotel Adelaide.

“It will be the focal point and springboard for visitors experiencing and doing business in Adelaide. Vibe Hotel Adelaide will set the standard in the worldwide movement to modern and relevant millennial stays.”

Vibe Hotel Adelaide is anticipated to be open in November 2022.

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#371 Post by EBG » Tue Oct 26, 2021 3:18 pm

Lift core is up to level 3 picture 23/10/21.
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#372 Post by Will » Thu Nov 11, 2021 10:14 am

from realestate.com:

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#373 Post by Mpol02 » Thu Nov 11, 2021 9:47 pm

The quality of glass on stage 1 is phenomenal, it’s the rest of the glazing that really brings it down.

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#374 Post by VinyTapestry849 » Fri Nov 12, 2021 12:42 pm

Wait a minute, hold up. Are they building a pool bridge over the road to link the two towers?!?

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#375 Post by floplo » Fri Nov 12, 2021 3:50 pm

VinyTapestry849 wrote:Wait a minute, hold up. Are they building a pool bridge over the road to link the two towers?!?
No, it's parallel to Flinders, so it will be some walkway / plaza / garden below the bridge.

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