[APP] 1-8 North Terrace | 108m | 2 x 32 Levels | Apartments

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#121 Post by Nort » Fri Jul 30, 2021 1:38 pm

citywatcher wrote:
Fri Jul 30, 2021 12:18 pm
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Fri Jul 30, 2021 8:33 am
Pretty stupid to think that because it's three quarters the height it should be three quarters the cost. How tall should the new RAH be then?

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For a rough ballpark comparison for two buildings where the floors are regular and repeat most elements it seems a lot less stupid than trying to compare a residential/hotel tower to a state of the art medical facility but you do you.
No but the fittings and finishes are the ultimate determinant
And we were comparing two projects of primarily the same purpose
So dumb

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If it's stupid and dumb to compare the prices of different buildings with similar purposes then why did you start doing it?

Or perhaps you could share the smarter criteria you use to judge the costs.

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#122 Post by citywatcher » Fri Jul 30, 2021 9:41 pm

Nort wrote:
citywatcher wrote:
Fri Jul 30, 2021 12:18 pm
Nort wrote: For a rough ballpark comparison for two buildings where the floors are regular and repeat most elements it seems a lot less stupid than trying to compare a residential/hotel tower to a state of the art medical facility but you do you.
No but the fittings and finishes are the ultimate determinant
And we were comparing two projects of primarily the same purpose
So dumb

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If it's stupid and dumb to compare the prices of different buildings with similar purposes then why did you start doing it?

Or perhaps you could share the smarter criteria you use to judge the costs.
Cos you said you can't compare hospitals with apartment towers and associated costs thereof.
Someone else mentioned that you compare the costs of like buildings by comparing their overall size in comparison
I disagreed with this observation
By comparing the costs of buildings for various purposes and their relative sizes to each other I showed as I initially said that it comes down to fittings , materials and finishings.

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[APP] Re: 1-8 North Terrace | 108m | 2 x 32 Levels | Apartments

#123 Post by Norman » Sun Aug 01, 2021 8:18 am

Thread cleaned up. Let's keep it civil, less swearing and no personal attacks please

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#124 Post by PeFe » Tue Aug 03, 2021 1:09 pm

Approved !

From In Daily
Twin towers set to soar above heritage-listed hotel
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The state’s key planning body has approved a project to build two 32-storey towers behind the heritage-listed Newmarket Hotel on the corner of North and West Terrace, despite them standing 65m higher than the recommended local limit and forcing a change to the flight path of incoming aircraft.

The State Commission Assessment Panel last week granted development plan consent for developers One North Terrace Pty Ltd to push ahead with the project subject to development approval from Adelaide City Council and a series of conditions from the Department of Environment and Water.

The mixed-used towers, designed by Cox Architecture, are comprised of six ground-floor retail tenancies, five floors of office space and 352 residential and serviced apartments.

They will stand at 107 metres tall at the corner of North and West Terrace, adjacent to the Royal Adelaide Hospital and biomedical precinct.

The development will also restore the 138-year-old Newmarket Hotel but will see the demolition of its two-storey side wing, an adjacent outbuilding and connecting yard wall – all of which are part of the building’s state heritage listing.

Adjacent to the hotel is the former home of the HQ Complex nightclub, which vacated the site in 2017.

The developers plan to restore the three-storey hotel into a restaurant and cafe lounge with multipurpose commercial spaces and function rooms on level one and two.

Their construction work on the site will also involve salvaging “all materials for reuse in the retention and rehabilitation of the external fabric of the State heritage listed Newmarket Hotel building”.

Full article : https://indaily.com.au/news/2021/08/03/ ... ted-hotel/

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#125 Post by [Shuz] » Tue Aug 03, 2021 2:48 pm

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Mon Jul 26, 2021 9:49 pm
Curious to know if the PANSOPS increase of 21.3m is a universal increase across all flight zones, or just to this particular zone?

The Masonic Lodge proposal likely hasn't factored in the change to flight paths as a result of this development and thus could go up to 181m.
Nobody seems to have answered this question yet... feel like it got overlooked...
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#126 Post by Nort » Tue Aug 03, 2021 6:54 pm

[Shuz] wrote:
Tue Aug 03, 2021 2:48 pm
[Shuz] wrote:
Mon Jul 26, 2021 9:49 pm
Curious to know if the PANSOPS increase of 21.3m is a universal increase across all flight zones, or just to this particular zone?

The Masonic Lodge proposal likely hasn't factored in the change to flight paths as a result of this development and thus could go up to 181m.
Nobody seems to have answered this question yet... feel like it got overlooked...
More likely no-one outside the discussions knows yet since the changes are still in discussion.

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