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Old July 9th, 2014, 12:24 AM   #241
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Thanks brickellresidence; Melbourne has its share of routine buildings, but there are enough more adventurous ones to make living here quite interesting at present. Here's an update on 568 Collins Street, which reminds some of the Rockefeller Centre in NYC. 568 Collins will be 68 levels/224 metres (Rockefeller is 70 levels/260 metres). I have very good memories of my month in Mexico in 1977; I'm planning an overdue return in the next couple of years.


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Old July 11th, 2014, 01:02 AM   #242
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An article in the Herald Sun newspaper, posted by Qantas743, says that the already approved Queensbridge Tower (80 levels/276 metres/910 feet) may be even taller, with suggestions that the neighbouring site has been purchased. 308 metres/1010 feet is the potential new height. The site has sweeping river/city skyline views and is directly opposite the Crown Casino/Entertainment complex with its three hotel towers. The adjacent Prima Tower (72 levells/254 metres) has recently topped out. Render posted by Mark Baljak of UrbanMelbourne, thank you.
https://urbanmelbourne.info/forum/so...dential?page=1


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Some renders of 85 Spring Street (37 levels/137 metres/449 feet) apartments have been posted by Mark Baljak and Laurence Dragomir of UrbanMelbourne; thank you to both. The apartment tower will replace an existing 14 level office tower, with the architects sensitive to the nearby State Parliament building, and constrained by the need to incorporate an existing subway entrance.
https://urbanmelbourne.info/planning...he-east-enders


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This render shows a proposed tower addition to the historic Windsor Hotel, as well as 85 Spring Street. The tower in the background, 35 Spring Street, is under construction.


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Another render of 84-90 Queensbridge Street (55 levels/183 metres/600 feet), recently approved, has been posted by Mark Baljak.
https://urbanmelbourne.info/forum/so...l#comment-8177


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Some nice shots of Abode 318 (57 levels/188 metres/617 feet) by GlennWilson (the night shots), a couple of great wide angle photos by StreetX and one by Mr Kiwi Fruit; thank you guys.


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Old July 12th, 2014, 11:34 PM   #243
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More renders of the 84 level/308 metres/1010 feet Queensbridge tower were contained in a Herald Sun article, which was posted by kichigai.
http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/vic...-1226986144820


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Crown’s plan to build new mega-tour angers residents

A FOURTH luxury five-star hotel — standing taller than the Eureka Tower — could be on the cards for Crown casino.

The Herald Sun can reveal the casino operator is in talks with developer Schiavello Group to run a 400-room hotel inside what would be Australia’s second-tallest building and would be connected to the casino by a translucent glass bridge.

Opponents say the new connection over Queensbridge St would set a damaging precedent, hinder privacy, block views and even potentially lower property values.

A Crown spokesman would only say the company supported the proposed tower and the footbridge, saying it would be an asset to tourism in Victoria.

In a strong sign that Crown wants the *casino to expand, the company revealed its hotel rooms had an occupancy rate of more than 90 per cent year round.

The 84-level Queensbridge Tower would sit 8m above Eureka and contain 626 apartments, 1165 car parks and a sky lounge.
Melbourne City councillor Stephen Mayne, deputy chair of the planning committee, said the council did not want more bridges being built on top of streets.

“Melbourne’s amenity is impacted if you start blocking views,” he said.

“With the aero bridge proposal linking this enormous hotel and apartment tower proposal to Crown, it becomes a de facto expansion of Melbourne’s casino precinct which is already one of the 20 largest buildings complexes in the world.”

State Planning Minister Matthew Guy said his department was considering the permit application and would take feedback from the council.

“It’s an interesting design, it looks quite striking,” he said.

Mr Guy warned councillors not to jump the gun and “bag” the casino before they’d made a decision on the project”.

Residents at Freshwater Place, whose views could be obscured, are worried a precedent will be set for future mega-buildings. “We’ve got real concern about the height of the bridge, something this big *deserves a lot of public debate,” local Peter Renner said.

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Old July 15th, 2014, 09:04 PM   #244
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Another propsal for the Southbank area.

I've made a thread over at urbanmelbourne too.

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Old July 16th, 2014, 01:08 AM   #245
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Ryan Seychell has posted a bit more detail on the 80 storey proposal for 1-23 Queensbridge Street, Southbank.
https://urbanmelbourne.info/forum/so...dential?page=1

* 308 metre tower
* 400 room hotel
* 626 apartments
* 1,165 car parks
* 211,827 square metres gross floor area
* Aero bridge to Crown


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Old July 16th, 2014, 04:46 AM   #246
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With so many apartments and housing projects, is Melbourne on pace to pass Sydney in population anytime soon? It looks like Sydney is fairly static minus 1 or 2 skyscrapers UC
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Not anytime too soon, but I believe that future projections show Melbourne becoming the most populous city in Australia, overtaking Sydney by approximately 100,000 people in around 20 years time. However Sydney is meant to be approaching a building boom, so that may change.

I don't have the stats to back this up and I basing this on my memory of seeing future projections charts (that I can't find right now). Melbourne and Sydney have each become the most populated city over the years.
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Yes, Melbourne will be bigger than Sydney by the year 2040. Simply-Melbourne is faster growing than Sydney.
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Old July 18th, 2014, 01:12 AM   #249
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Thank you to Nicholas Harrison 0f UrbanMelbourne for these renders of Melbourne's tallest proposal, 70 Southbank Boulevard (100 storeys/319 metres/1047 feet).
https://urbanmelbourne.info/forum/so...2#comment-8292


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Quote from Guardian Australia article on Melbourne's fast population growth:

As of June 2013, greater Melbourne had a population of 4.35m. The rate of growth in Melbourne was larger than any other capital city, with numbers swelling by 95,500, or 2.2%, on the previous year. Greater Melbourne accounted for 76% of Victoria’s population, with regional Victoria experiencing just a 0.8% increase, and some areas, including the northwest of the state and Warrnambool, declining.

Melbourne has been growing faster than Sydney over the past decade, according to the ABS, and is set to become Australia’s most populous city in 2053, with 8m people.

Greater Sydney still contains eight of the 10 most densely populated areas in Australia. The highest population density was in Ultimo, with 14,300 people per sq km, followed by Potts Point, with 13,600.

Just under two-thirds of NSW’s population, or 4.76m people, live in greater Sydney, with the fastest growth occurring in Parramatta, which increased its population by 12,200. The central coast added 2,700 over the year.

Victoria added the largest number of people – 106,800 – followed by NSW (103,200) and Queensland (88,600).

Western Australia had the fastest growth of any state, at 3.3%, followed by the Northern Territory.

Growth is centred upon inner cities and coasts, with regional areas and older suburbs experiencing declines, the ABS said. The population dropped in swathes of regional South Australia, Victoria, NSW and Queensland, as well as some areas in WA not directly boosted by an influx of mining workers.

Bernard Salt, demographer at KPMG, said Melbourne has been managed better since 2000, when Sydney hosted the Olympics.

“Melbourne made some hard decisions in the 1990s to make it more liveable and more affordable, such as City Link to get around the city and the opening up of vast tracts of land for affordable housing,” he told Guardian Australia.

“In Sydney, it was decided that there was no need to provide for a larger city and to shunt growth elsewhere. The outcome is that Sydney doesn’t offer affordable housing, it’s become like Manhattan where the poor people commute in from New Jersey.”

Salt said Melbourne’s inner-city growth has been driven by overseas migration and interstate arrivals.

“With all due respect, if you’re moving from Sydney to Melbourne, you’re not going to Point Cook, you want hip Melbourne,” he said. “There is what I call a goat cheese curtain, that extends 5km out from the CBD, where inner-city hipsters wouldn’t want to live beyond. It started in Carlton and is now pushing north and west.

“There used to be a time where rich and poor people all lived within a tram ride of the CBD. But in Melbourne and Sydney now, you live in Surry Hills or Docklands and you won’t come across a poor person at all, apart from a homeless person on the street.”

Michael Buxton, an urban planning academic at RMIT, said Melbourne was becoming similar to a high-rise Asian city, losing its attractiveness as a result.

“Services aren’t being provided to cater for the population, especially in the inner city, and planning policies aren’t catering for the emerging middle-income group who don’t want to live in the suburbs or in tiny apartments,” he said. “The growth in Melbourne is unprecedented and it’s not really understood by governments. They are just going along with a business-as-usual model, not understanding we are into a new type of population increase.”

Overall, Australia’s estimated population reached 23.1m in June 2013, increasing by 407,000 people, or 1.8%, over the year. Population density remained stable at three people per sq km.
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Old July 18th, 2014, 11:57 PM   #250
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Thank you to Mark Baljak of UrbanMelbourne for these images taken from Level 63 of the nearly complete 72 level Prima Tower in Southbank.
https://urbanmelbourne.info/visual-m...rl-at-level-63


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567 and 568 Collins Street feature in these shots of Melbourne's booming west end.


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And thank you to Mr Kiwi Fruit for this photo capturing the curves of Abode 318 (57 levels/188 metres)
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Old July 21st, 2014, 12:57 AM   #251
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Mr Kiwi Fruit has posted some nice shots of Prima Tower, taken from Albert Park Lake (site of Melbourne's Formula 1 Grand Prix race). Last two are skyline shots from the bayside suburb of Williamstown. Thanks Mr KW.


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lozza reports that sales of Victoria One apartments (75 levels/241 metres/791 feet) have exceeded 90%, with a definite start later this year. Victoria One will go up in the gap in this photo, by GlennWilson, just to the right of the gold topped Zen apartments. Zen is 169 metres/554 feet, whilst MY80, on the right of the 241 metres Victoria One, is 173 metres/568 feet. Vision apartments (72 levels/226 metres/741 feet) is currently under construction and will go up between Zen and Victoria One in this photo, whilst the Light House Melbourne apartments (67 levels/218 metres/715 feet) are almost as certain to begin construction in October, with sales exceeding 75% in early June. Light House Melbourne is on the same intersection as Victoria One (Elizabeth and Franklin), so will be immediately to the right of Victoria One in this photo.


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Two more apartment proposals in this area are also likely to go ahead: Empire Melbourne (55 levels/178 metres/584 feet) and Eq (63 levels/203 metres/666 feet). Both Empire Melbourne and Eq will be just to the right of MY80, overlaying the wedge topped Melbourne Central office tower (53 levels/211 metres to roof/692 feet) in the first photo.

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Good shot of Collins Street, by GlennWilson, with 568 Collins Street (68 levels/224 metres/735 feet) going up.


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Old July 23rd, 2014, 01:18 AM   #253
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Array apartments, in Melbourne's Docklands; thank you SYDNEY.
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1732344


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Two shots, by GlennWilson, of 568 Collins Street, with the shorter 567 going up opposite.


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Some nice photos posted by SYDNEY of Port Melbourne, an area with many apartment developments in recent years.
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Old July 23rd, 2014, 11:50 AM   #254
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Some of Pearl rising on the skyline I have taken:

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Proposal for apartments at 54-64 A'Beckett Street: 76 levels/233 metres/764 feet, designed by Elenberg Fraser. Thank you to Ryan Seychell of UrbanMelbourne for posting.
https://urbanmelbourne.info/forum/cb...3m-residential


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Laurence Dragomir of UrbanMelbourne has posted new renders of 9-23 MacKenzie Street, now named Conservatory: 37 levels/124 metres/407 feet/473 apartments.
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A better render of Light House Melbourne (69 levels/218 metres/715 feet , with over 75% of apartments already sold) has been posted by Eric Morot of UrbanMelbourne.
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Melbourne is looking great! I really need to visit. I'm mixed on the specific projects. Parking below-ground would be much better. The designs are almost universally more interesting and experimental than I'm used to...generally a good thing though they look expensive. The best part is the sheer volume and height of projects, which will ratchet the city up in activity level.

Now about population growth relative to Sydney. Sometimes an influx of tall buildings is partially due to high regional market prices. Sometimes high prices discourage broad growth, if other cities are good cheaper alternatives. Knowning nothing about local market dynamics, it's interesting to wonder.
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Melbourne is looking great! I really need to visit. I'm mixed on the specific projects. Parking below-ground would be much better. The designs are almost universally more interesting and experimental than I'm used to...generally a good thing though they look expensive. The best part is the sheer volume and height of projects, which will ratchet the city up in activity level.

Now about population growth relative to Sydney. Sometimes an influx of tall buildings is partially due to high regional market prices. Sometimes high prices discourage broad growth, if other cities are good cheaper alternatives. Knowning nothing about local market dynamics, it's interesting to wonder.
One of the challenges for Melbourne's architects is dealing with the poor soil conditions and ground water, particularly on sites near the river e.g. Southbank's Prima Tower. This explains many of the above ground car park podiums, which, as you say, should be out of sight. Sydney, by contrast, generally has good solid rock. Melbourne's surge of apartment construction is partly strong population growth (with approx. 4.4 million, we add almost 100,000 a year) and partly growing interest from cashed up Asian buyers (China, Singapore, Malaysia). Melbourne is "only" around 7 hours flying time from Singapore, with lifestyle and a high quality education sector resulting in a large student population. A walk down Melbourne's major north-south spine of Swanston Street can sometimes become an exercise in "spot the Caucasian"!
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Melbourne has an Open House weekend once a year, with many public and private buildings opening their doors. I took the opportunity to have a look at the new NAB bank building at 700 Bourke Street, which sits next to Etihad Stadium in Docklands. With a design based on a triangle, it is only 14 storeys tall, with large floor plates accommodating 5,500 employees. There are no private offices; all staff share flexible work stations. The NAB bank is one of Australia's big 4 banks, with a market capitalisation of $US75 billion ranking it as around the 22nd largest in the world.


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Old August 1st, 2014, 11:58 PM   #259
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Planning approval has been granted for the 4 tower re-development of The Age newspaper site at 250 Spencer Street. The tallest tower is 85 levels/300 metres/984 feet, with a Ritz-Carlton hotel taking up the top 15 levels. A preliminary render has been posted by Nicholas Harrrison of UrbanMelbourne.
https://urbanmelbourne.info/forum/cb...1#comment-8546

Mark Baljak has posted an article from the Australian Financial Review.

http://www.afr.com/p/business/proper...rapers_approve...

NICK LENAGHAN AND MICHAEL BLEBY

Melbourne’s tallest CBD skyscraper has been given the green light by Planning Minister Matthew Guy as part of a four-tower project on the former site of The Age newspaper.

The 300-metre tower on will be significantly higher than the Rialto Tower in the CBD and the 297-metre Eureka Tower in the Southbank precinct, just outside the CBD.

But the new tower will one day be pipped by another proposed residential tower in Southbank, the 319-metre Australia 108 project.

Mr Guy has given approval to the masterplan for the four-building complex at 250 Spencer Street, being developed by Far East Consortium.

Further permits will be required for the individual towers when each design is finalised.


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Plans for 380 Lonsdale Street have been revised, with 2 towers now proposed: 67 levels/217 metres/712 feet and 51 levels/166 metres/545 feet. The shorter tower will contain a 350 room hotel, with apartments taking up the rest of the buildings. Details courtesy of Mark Baljak; thank you.
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Great news RE: The Age towers.

Any idea on a construction start date?
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