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Old May 6th, 2014, 10:23 PM   #181
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More renders of 97 Franklin Street (62 levels/216 metres/709 feet) have been posted by John Proctor. Interestingly, the renders also show a render of the Light House apartment tower (67 levels/218 metres/715 feet) at 450 Elizabeth Street, which is proposed for the adjoining site.
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showth...1708074&page=2


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Old May 6th, 2014, 10:47 PM   #182
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2 night shots of Pearl tower (72 levels/254 metres/833 feet) by Glenn Wilson, with the others by rorrox71.


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Old May 11th, 2014, 01:01 AM   #183
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Elevated shot showing some construction sites in Melbourne's west end: 568 Collins Street (68 levels/224 metres) in right foreground, with 567 Collins Street (29 levels/125 metres) opposite and the two medium rise office towers going up on the western edge of Southern Cross Station (the large wavy roof). Photos courtesy of Ryan Seychell.
https://urbanmelbourne.info/forum/do...-office?page=1


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And two shots, by Ryan Seychell, from the University of Melbourne precinct, looking south at the colourful Swanston Square apartment tower going up on the old Carlton brewery site, with Abode 318 (57 levels/188 metres) going up on the left.
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Old May 11th, 2014, 09:45 PM   #184
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568 Collins Street (68 levels/224 metres) has beautiful glass.


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Pearl tower, on a sunny autumn Sunday.


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Recently completed medical research facility, Doherty Institute.


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Lots of cranes on the skyline, as seen from the inner city suburb of North Melbourne.


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Old May 13th, 2014, 01:04 AM   #185
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More renders of Victoria One apartments (75 levels/241 metres/791 feet), with its distinctive green glass. Thank you Ryan Seychell.
https://urbanmelbourne.info/forum/cb...l#comment-7132


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Old May 13th, 2014, 03:01 AM   #186
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Pretty amazing comparing the first post of this thread back in 2008 with 2014.

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Old May 13th, 2014, 05:00 AM   #187
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[QUOTE=mw123;113988443]Pretty amazing comparing the first post of this thread back in 2008 with 2014.

Wow, good point, mw123. I should look back more often!
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Old May 13th, 2014, 11:59 PM   #188
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Emerald apartments (20 levels/60 metres/197 feet), in Albert Road, just off Melbourne's most prominent boulevard, St Kilda Road, have impressive balcony glass.


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A couple of shots of tree-lined St Kilda Road, by melburn21:


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The large podium of the Concavo apartment tower, in the Victoria Harbour precinct of Docklands, is taking shape. It has a north-facing waterfront position, next to the very similar Convesso tower. Concavo will be 30 levels/100 metres/328 feet. Dockland's first library/community centre is just west of the Concavo site and will open on May 31st, 2014.


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Details of the eighth tower (30 levels/100 metres/197 feet) in Mirvac's Yarra's Edge precinct in Docklands have been released; thank you to fed squared and Laurence Dragomir, of UrbanMelbourne. https://urbanmelbourne.info/forum/do...0l-residential


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Progress on Mirvac's latest Yarra's Edge tower, Array (40 levels/125 metres/410 feet), posted by SYDNEY. 24 APR 14 18ºC MELBOURNE by oh.yes.melbourne, on Flickr


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Old May 14th, 2014, 03:46 AM   #189
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redden, you're the hardest working man in show business!
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Old May 14th, 2014, 10:08 PM   #190
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Blame it on insomnia; what other idiot is awake at such ungodly hours!
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Old May 15th, 2014, 09:48 PM   #191
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We've posted shots of the new twin tower Quays apartments @ the NewQuay precinct in Docklands previously, but this latest lot by the master, SYDNEY, are too good to miss.
01 MAY 14 16ºC MELBOURNE by oh.yes.melbourne, on Flickr


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Old May 19th, 2014, 12:26 AM   #192
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551 Swanston Street apartments (part of the Swanston Square re-development of the historic Carlton Brewery site, at the end of Melbourne's main axis) are becoming more prominent. The old bluestone building in the 2nd photo will be incorporated in one of the subsequent new buildings on the brewery site. The nearby Upper House apartments, with its boxy projections, is interesting. Thank you Mr Kiwi Fruit for photos. 2014 1:41 pm by craigsydnz, on Flickr
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Some shots of the Pearl tower, which is nearing maximum height. Day shots by Mr Kiwi Fruit, night ones by GlennWilson; thank you so much to both.
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Old May 19th, 2014, 11:26 PM   #193
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More renders of 97 Franklin Street (62 levels/216 metres), showing it in relation to the neighbouring 450 Elizabeth Street (67 levels/218 metres) and the green glass Victoria One (75 levels/241 metres) opposite. All three proposed towers are residential, with Vision (72 levels/226 metres) already under construction just one block north and the nearby Eq tower (63 levels/203 metres), almost sold out (only 24 apartments left for sale out of 632) and construction starting in September. Thank you to Laurence Dragomir of UrbanMelbourne for the renders. https://urbanmelbourne.info/forum/cb...e#comment-7253


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Old May 19th, 2014, 11:48 PM   #194
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So much horribles projects in this city ...



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Old May 19th, 2014, 11:57 PM   #196
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Melbourne's two most prestigious streets (Collins and Bourke), at the heart of its central grid, have been extended into Docklands in recent years. Planners have taken the opportunity to create an historic junction of the parallel streets, at the point where Docklands narrows to a peninsula between the Yarra River and Victoria Harbour, by curving Collins Street around to meet up with Bourke Street. Developer of the Victoria Harbour precinct, Lend Lease, has recently announced plans for a 15 level triangular apartment tower, backed by Dockland's tallest block at 40 levels/130 metres, at this junction. Forum members have generally expressed disappointment at the fairly bland design, with many hoping for a landmark design on such an important site. With apartment sales strong in this area, Lend Lease is almost assured of success, with apartments in 888 Collins Street enjoying water and dramatic city skyline views.


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http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1727474

Victoria Harbour precinct of Docklands occupies the peninsula in this (old) view.


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Here is an article in the Australian Financial Review on the plans.

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It is an unforgettable piece of real estate. At the historic meeting point of Collins and Bourke streets, Lend Lease is developing its most ambitious residential tower yet in Melbourne’s *Docklands.

The $350 million project proposed has an auspicious street address: 888 Collins Street. Memorable in anyone’s language, it is especially lucky in *Chinese culture.

Almost 180 years after Bourke and Collins streets were first laid parallel on the Hoddle Grid, the two major thoroughfares traversing Melbourne’s CBD finally intersect in Victoria Harbour, Lend Lease’s patch of Dockland.

Market appetite for inner city apartments has prompted Lend Lease to expedite plans for the new corner site. A 40-storey building is proposed, with views over Victoria Harbour on one flank and the Yarra River on the other.

PRECINCT’S TALLEST TOWER
As the tallest tower in the Victoria Harbour precinct, it is hoped 888 Collins Street will become a Docklands landmark and a substantial “book end” for Bourke and Collins streets.

“The design of the building has really taken into account the significance of the location and makes the most of the prominent corner site,” state manager of apartments for Victoria, Ben Coughlan, said.

The project comprises a 15-storey triangular building, holding the corner in front of the taller 40-storey tower. There is nearly 36,000 square metres of residential space, with 587 one, two and three bedroom apartments, along with a small component of ground-level retail. Prices will range from $398,000 through to $1.2 million.

If the project is approved, Lend Lease hopes to begin construction in November this year, with completion in February 2017.

“We’re seeing strong demand in the inner city residential market at the moment and have almost sold out of apartments in Victoria Harbour – which is why we’re bringing 888 Collins Street to market sooner than planned,” Mr Coughlan said.

Lend Lease’s most recent tower in Victoria Harbour, Concavo, will be built by next year and has only 20 apartments left to sell.
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Old May 20th, 2014, 08:18 AM   #197
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They are just way too strange looking
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Thanks to GlennWilson for these photos of Abode 318.

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Old May 21st, 2014, 10:13 PM   #199
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We like "strange looking" in Melbourne; too many cities in the world look the same. Would you like to see more "strange"?

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Orbis apartments (under construction)


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Some of Melbourne's more conventional buildings

Balencea apartments


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'Strange looking', or just post-modern? (Ex Hyatt and Rialto)

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