News & Discussion: Low/Mid-Rise CBD Development

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Not sure if this one has already been posted here previously - its been floating around a while: https://www.futureurban.com.au/project/ ... fax-street
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Fairmont Group building , 24 North Tce, appears to be empty and fenced off. perhaps they are finally going to add another 3 stories to this 5 story building?
This was proposed several years ago .
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Piling rig on site for stage 4 of hurtle and co.
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The Piling rig on site for stage 4 in Hurtle Sq as mentioned by gnrc_louis. please click on picture for bigger.
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stage 3 unveiling continues. picture 25/7/2020. There is a niece painted mural on the south side. Please click on picture for bigger.
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Update for 62 South Tce, now working on 5 level. Picture 30/7/2020. Please click on picture for bigger.
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Tenders in today’s paper for 278 south terrace.

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26-28 North Tce , the former Fairmont homes building, is empty awaiting an addition of 3 new upper levels. Please click on picture for bigger.
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Foundations are being poured for some project at 193 West Tce just next to Rydges Adelaide. Does anyone have any information about this project?
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EBG wrote:
Tue Aug 18, 2020 9:31 pm
Foundations are being poured for some project at 193 West Tce just next to Rydges Adelaide. Does anyone have any information about this project?
I’m pretty sure it’s a Skoda showroom.
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Thanks Ben.
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Update for 62 South Tce, now working on 6 level. Picture 22/7/2020. Please click on picture for bigger.
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EBG wrote:
Sat Aug 22, 2020 10:39 pm
Update for 62 South Tce, now working on 6 level. Picture 22/7/2020. Please click on picture for bigger.
Looks like the design for this one has changed slightly: https://static.wixstatic.com/media/cef5 ... 3~mv2.webp
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Forme Projex’s sixth Hurtle Sq apartment complex up for approval
Celeste Villani, City Editor, The City
August 23, 2020 11:11am
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A seven-storey residential and commercial building has been proposed for the city’s southeastern corner, forming part of a developer’s plan to create a “streetwall” of apartments around Hurtle Square.

Adelaide City Council’s Assessment Panel will on Monday night decide whether stage six of the Hurtle&Co. development should go ahead.

Developer Forme Projex’s plans for the $7.6m building include a ground floor office tenancy, four studio apartments, 12 one-bedroom apartments and 16 two-bedroom apartments.
The proposed Hurtle & Co building that is up for council approval on Monday. Supplied CAP
The proposed Hurtle & Co building that is up for council approval on Monday. Supplied CAP

There would be 17 and 40 car and bicycle parks respectively in the complex that stands 21.99m tall.

Forme Projex director Andrew Hudson said the building, at 62-66 Hurtle Sq, would contribute to a “consistent streetwall” of the company’s apartments in the area, without compromising amenity.
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“We were concerned that if we did not secure all the developable sites (around Hurtle Sq), someone might come in and convince the government building authority to let them build a tower,” Mr Hudson said.

“Our philosophy is not to build towers … our market likes the lower rise environment where you can walk out on your balcony, see the ground and not get vertigo.”

Plans for the first stage in the entire development were lodged in 2014.

Forme Projex received approval for five buildings, all between seven and nine stories, around the square.

Stage one, at the corner of Hurtle Sq and Carrington St, and stage two, at Hurtle Sq and Pope St, have been completed

Stage three and four, at the corner of Hurtle Sq and Halifax St and Hurtle Sq and Pope St respectively, are under construction.

Construction of the fifth building, on the corner of Pulteney St, is “commencing soon”.

Combined, all the buildings are worth at least $34.58m, according to the council’s development register.

“This particular building (that is set to be approved) has been designed to present to the square in quite a friendly manner and not be too blocky or black and white,” Mr Hudson said

“We think it will make a positive contribution to the square.”

Should the developer secure approval for this development, construction would start late next year and create a “couple of hundred” jobs, Mr Hudson says.

The application will be accessed on Monday night.
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I gotta say, I'm really impressed by the thinking of this group. They've basically now taken the worst of the buildings around the square and are bringing some character back to the area without building things that are too out of proportion for the area. I also feel their deigns are getting better as they go along.
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