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Old November 21st, 2013, 06:51 AM   #1
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MELBOURNE | 250 Spencer Street | ~205-300m | ~67-90 fl | Pro

Revised concept now consisting of four towers instead of six, ranging in height from 67 to approximately 90 levels (~205-300m).

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Old November 21st, 2013, 06:53 AM   #2
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Apologies, there appears to be a problem with the images.

All images and details can be found here: http://urbanmelbourne.info/forum/cbd...l#comment-4404
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Old April 17th, 2014, 10:59 AM   #3
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I was just wondering if this has been approved yet?
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Well it seems so, they have also started demolition work.

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This thread should be locked, it has no sources.
Please post something proving the project is real.
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I found some:

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Site of former Age building to house Melbourne's tallest skyscraper

DateNovember 23, 2013
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Capital Gain

Melbourne's tallest skyscraper will rise from the rubble of the former Age headquarters at 250 Spencer Street as part of a redevelopment by the owners who just five months ago paid $75million for the prime city site.

Listed Hong Kong developer Far East Consortium is seeking to replace a 1.1 hectare block hugging the intersection of Spencer, Lonsdale and Little Lonsdale streets, with four towers, the tallest rising about 300 metres - or upwards of 93 levels.

At that height the proposed building would be three metres taller than the 92-level Eureka building in Southbank but about 50 metres shorter than Australia's tallest residential structure - Q1, on the Gold Coast.

Far East's 300-metre tower would also rise higher than the proposed Australia 108 building in Southbank. It is speculated that building will be approved with a reduced height limit of about 295metres (from 388 metres).



Another three towers rising between 210 and 240 metres (or about 65 to 75 levels) are earmarked for the balance of the site. The towers may be constructed above a podium with shops and offices.
Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/business/prope...#ixzz2zM2saJll


But one would expect such a large project to be prominent on their website
http://www.fareast.net.au/
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