CheersSA Construction given green light – again – to build apartment complex on city fringe
Celeste Villani, City Editor, The Messenger
June 23, 2020 10:30pm
Old meets new in a luxury South Tce deveopment, which has been approved by Adelaide City Council’s planning panel.
SA Construction will build a nine-storey apartment unit at 144 South Tce, on the same site as a state heritage-listed bluestone villa.
The 29.5m-tall complex, to be known as Park Tce., will have seven, three-bedroom apartments, each with a living room, kitchen, two bathrooms, laundry and balcony.
Each apartment is being advertised for at least $1.35 million, with construction expected to start in September 2020.
The villa, which was formerly used as an office, will be restored and sold.
SA Construction was given approval to build a larger, nine-storey building at the site – worth $23 million – in April last year.
Plans for scaled-back development were lodged in January.
The council’s development register showed the new design is set to cost $5 million, excluding fit-out costs, down from $9.6 million for the old plan.
Panel member and Adelaide City councillor Arman Abrahimzadeh said the development blended heritage and modern buildings well.
“They have integrated the (new) building with the heritage building at the front, so it is good to see old meets new and all works out well,” Cr Abrahimzadeh said.
SA Construction managing director Saverio Ali declined to comment.
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Nine storey, but only seven apartments. How does that work?
More than likely 2 levels of carparking behind the house.
Walked past this today and there is a piling rig working away out the back, along with a bobcat, truck etc.
Here's the site for it, plans look to have changed again from above picture: https://www.parktce.com.au/
This should have a tower crane in coming weeks.
Crane base on site
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