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EBG wrote:
Thu Dec 17, 2020 9:35 pm
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
This development isn’t part of hurtle and co. I believe stage 5 is on pulteney (former tyre shop).
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Pretty sure this is the building going to be built on that narrow block. Not stage 5 of Hurtle and Co.

https://www.pactarchitects.com.au/proje ... le-square/
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Ben wrote:
Thu Dec 17, 2020 10:16 pm
EBG wrote:
Thu Dec 17, 2020 9:35 pm
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
This development isn’t part of hurtle and co. I believe stage 5 is on pulteney (former tyre shop).
For a while there was a banner advertising this at One Hurtle Square (I think), with the developer Unley Property Group. However, the contact details on the banner were removed for ages and there is nothing on the UPG site about it, so not sure who the developer is?
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Yes, should have clarified sorry - it is the beaurepaires on Pulteney St that has been flattened.
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Dvious wrote:
Thu Dec 17, 2020 10:19 pm
Pretty sure this is the building going to be built on that narrow block. Not stage 5 of Hurtle and Co.

https://www.pactarchitects.com.au/proje ... le-square/
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gnrc_louis wrote:
Thu Dec 17, 2020 10:22 pm
Ben wrote:
Thu Dec 17, 2020 10:16 pm
EBG wrote:
Thu Dec 17, 2020 9:35 pm
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
This development isn’t part of hurtle and co. I believe stage 5 is on pulteney (former tyre shop).
For a while there was a banner advertising this at One Hurtle Square (I think), with the developer Unley Property Group. However, the contact details on the banner were removed for ages and there is nothing on the UPG site about it, so not sure who the developer is?
It's still UPG.
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Both sites are currently being demolished namely 1 Hurtle Sq on the corner of Carrington St see https://www.google.com/maps/@-34.931220 ... 384!8i8192
and the former type shop (65Hurtle sq ) on Pulteny St (see https://www.google.com/maps/@-34.933227 ... 384!8i8192)
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EBG wrote:Both sites are currently being demolished namely 1 Hurtle Sq on the corner of Carrington St see https://www.google.com/maps/@-34.931220 ... 384!8i8192
and the former type shop (65Hurtle sq ) on Pulteny St (see https://www.google.com/maps/@-34.933227 ... 384!8i8192)
Geez that's a very narrow block. The girl walking home doesn't look very interested either. Is work proceeding on the block further South and also the project opposite the hospital on Pulteney St.?

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Pictures from today Sunday 20/12/2020 of 1 Hurtle Sq and 65 Hurtle Sq (old tyre shop)
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Another Forme Projex project; this time on Gilbert Street. Taller than the previous proposal and above the height limit for the area (9 levels).
Application Number: DA/743/2020
Type: Application Assessed on Merit
Lodged: 09/12/2020
Location: 151 Gilbert Street, ADELAIDE SA 5000
Description: Demolish existing building and construct ten level residential flat building comprising 39 apartments
Status: Being Assessed

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"Traditional" eight-storey hotel replaces Whitmore Square eco concept
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A development originally proposed to be Adelaide’s first eco-hotel has been scrapped for a “boutique hotel,” with two local heritage-listed properties set to be demolished to make way for the new building.

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The proposed site for the new hotel on Wright Street. Image: Jessica Bassano.
The new proposal replaces plans for a development pitched as Adelaide’s first eco-hotel, called Hotel Ivaritji.

Located adjacent to Whitmore Square, at 174-180 Wright Street, two 1895 heritage-listed villas will be demolished to make way for the yet-to-be-named hotel when construction gets underway later this year.

Earlier this month, Adelaide City Council received the “staged building rules consent” for the “demolition of existing structure, earthworks and construction of a two-storey mixed-use building”.

A council spokesperson said it was waiting on the State Commission Assessment Panel to ensure “any outstanding conditions” had been satisfied before granting final development approval.

The new development is set to comprise an eight-storey hotel and a mixed-use two-storey section.

Shelf company Whitmore Holdings is behind the new build. The company has also worked on 91 Commercial Road in Port Adelaide and is involved in a development in the Tonsley Innovation District.

Whitmore Holdings project manager Nicholas Murphy said the development next to Sparkke at the Whitmore had been due to begin early in 2020 but had to be pushed back due to the coronavirus pandemic.

He said construction was now set for mid-year.

South Australian-based architecture firm Troppo designed the original $11-million eco-concept hotel with external cladding to resemble the fur skin cloak of Kaurna ancestor Ivaritji.

The firm was granted building approval for the development from the state’s development commission in 2014 – despite opposition from Adelaide City Council over the demolition of the two heritage villas.

But Troppo did not proceed with the plans for the initial eight-storey project, telling InDaily the concept was not viable.

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There is a small piling rig on the site at 1 Hurtle Sq Adelaide- Picture later.
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Ben wrote:
Sun Dec 20, 2020 6:33 pm
Another Forme Projex project; this time on Gilbert Street. Taller than the previous proposal and above the height limit for the area (9 levels).
Application Number: DA/743/2020
Type: Application Assessed on Merit
Lodged: 09/12/2020
Location: 151 Gilbert Street, ADELAIDE SA 5000
Description: Demolish existing building and construct ten level residential flat building comprising 39 apartments
Status: Being Assessed

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I received a letter from the council regarding this project, just asking for any responses from the surrounding community.
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This is now on public notification:

https://epathway.adelaidecitycouncil.co ... ction=View
Application Number: DA/743/2020
Type: Application Assessed on Merit
Lodged: 09/12/2020
Location: 151 Gilbert Street, ADELAIDE SA 5000
Description: Demolish existing building and construct ten level residential flat building comprising 39 apartments
Status: Being Assessed

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Ben wrote:
Wed Jan 27, 2021 9:04 pm
This is now on public notification:

https://epathway.adelaidecitycouncil.co ... ction=View
Application Number: DA/743/2020
Type: Application Assessed on Merit
Lodged: 09/12/2020
Location: 151 Gilbert Street, ADELAIDE SA 5000
Description: Demolish existing building and construct ten level residential flat building comprising 39 apartments
Status: Being Assessed

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I like this.

It’s literally opposite my place so will enjoy watching it go up.
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Ben wrote:
Wed Jan 27, 2021 9:04 pm
This is now on public notification:

https://epathway.adelaidecitycouncil.co ... ction=View
Application Number: DA/743/2020
Type: Application Assessed on Merit
Lodged: 09/12/2020
Location: 151 Gilbert Street, ADELAIDE SA 5000
Description: Demolish existing building and construct ten level residential flat building comprising 39 apartments
Status: Being Assessed

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Had a look at the planning documents. This will be 29m tall.
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