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Old March 4th, 2019, 04:08 AM   #521
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Update on Malt District and 60-68 Cremorne st.



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Old March 4th, 2019, 02:33 PM   #522
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[QUOTE=davo wade;157109378]Update on Malt District and 60-68 Cremorne st.

Thanks davo. I often look across the river and think, "Must pay a visit", but then there's the hassle of finding my passport and getting a visa. That Seek site is going gang busters.
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Old March 4th, 2019, 10:24 PM   #523
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Thanks davo. I often look across the river and think, "Must pay a visit", but then there's the hassle of finding my passport and getting a visa. That Seek site is going gang busters.
No stress, it's going to be monolithic when it's finished. I just hope it looks better than the renders.

https://www.urban.com.au/projects/60...treet-cremorne
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Old March 15th, 2019, 05:31 AM   #524
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A recent office proposal I haven't seen mentioned anywhere...

68-88 Green Street | Cremorne

Development application: PLN18/0913 (Yarra)

Project facts
  • Address: 68-88 Green Street
  • Status: Proposed
  • Architect: Bates Smart
  • Office: 10,509 sqm (113,118 s.f.)
  • Retail: 1,004 sqm (10,807 s.f.)
  • Height: 41m (135ft)
  • Floors: 10


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Old March 15th, 2019, 11:48 AM   #525
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I've heard this is all/mostly pre-leased for around $5m p.a.
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Old March 17th, 2019, 11:33 PM   #526
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Massive site, walked past last week. Currently a bunch of shabby commercial/industrial warehouses.
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Old March 24th, 2019, 11:36 AM   #527
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Old March 24th, 2019, 11:48 AM   #528
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Now with labels and renders!

I took a whole bunch of photos around the Cremorne area (and some surrounding parts of Richmond today). Lots of activity in the area.

I had all these pictures beautifully arranged with labels and renders but I lost it all in a database error when I went to submit the post Here they are sans labels and renders.

Seems like the forum can't handle so many links in one post so I'm splitting it into multiple parts.

Part 1

12-14 Albert St





510 Church St







600 Church St









33-41 Balmain St





3 Newton St



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Old March 24th, 2019, 03:23 PM   #529
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What a massive effort, thanks so much. Such a pity losing the labelling.
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Old March 24th, 2019, 11:26 PM   #530
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I know from an architect I met that the one with the slab and rebar near the bottom is a new coworking space. It's a massive site over 2 former buildings.
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37 Cubbit St

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Part 2

Rosella Factory





11-13 Pearson Street







13-17 Balmain St



7 Balmain St



Malt District







Seek





15 Dover St



24-26 Cubitt St







9-11 Cremorne St





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Part 3

2-6 Gwynne Street





37 Cubbit St







314-320 Swan Street





245-251 Swan Street





429 Swan Street



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Old March 28th, 2019, 10:24 PM   #534
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One of Melbourne's landmark sites, the corner of Victoria Parade and Nicholson Street, will be transformed. The old pale brick St Vincents Hospital wing will make way for the 11 storey Aikenhead Centre for Medical Discovery. The election seems to have been the final trigger for pledges of cash contributions from the Liberals ($30 million) and Labor ($60 million). The whole project will cost $180 million, with the State Government kicking in $60 million.



Federal budget cash to put Melbourne at medicine's cutting edge

By Noel Towell
March 25, 2019 — 12.01am

A $30 million cash injection to Melbourne’s ground-breaking bio-medical research centre will keep the city at the global cutting edge of medical technology, according to Prime Minister Scott Morrison.
Next month’s federal budget will commit the money for a new building that the scientists and researchers at Aikenhead Centre for Medical Discovery at St Vincent’s Hospital have been dreaming about for more than a decade.


The new building will give the city Australia’s only facility where bio-medical research and development takes place in an actual hospital, with one leading medical researcher saying on Sunday: “This changes everything.”
Aikenhead has already produced ground-breaking medical innovations, including a head implant that talks to an epilepsy patient’s mobile phone, warning them when a seizure is imminent, and the 3-D printing of human stem cells which are then injected into joints to prevent the onset of osteoarthritis.
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Researchers at Aikenhead have also developed another 3-D printing technique, which produces replacement human bones and uses surgical robots to fit them to cancer patients or trauma victims.
But the new 11-storey building, planned for the corner of Victoria Parade and Nicholson Street, has the potential to bring the centre’s work to another level, according to Professor Mark Cook of St Vincent’s hospital.
“I think it’ll change everything,” Professor Cook said.
“It’ll be a unique facility like nothing else in Australia and there are very few of these sorts of arrangements like this in the world where you’ve actually got the bio-engineering facility in a clinical site.”
The federal funding would allow the $180 million project to go ahead, according to the Aikenhead Centre, with the rest of the cost to be made up by the state government, which has promised to contribute $60 million to the project.

Private philanthropy and commercial partners are expected to round out the funding.
Professor Cook said the key to the success of the centre was concentrating engineers, scientists and developers as well as commercial bio-medical firms in one place, all located in a working hospital.
“At the heart of it all was the idea that we took material scientists and engineers and put them in a clinical environment,” the neurosurgeon said.
“We saw this was the key to making new developments happen very much more quickly because you get everybody mixing together and the rapid exchange of ideas.
“Getting them all together is the key.”

Mr Morrison, who will join his Health Minister Greg Hunt in Melbourne on Monday to announce the funding, said patients would be the winners from the budget commitment.
“Our strong economic management means we can provide world-leading treatment options for patients in Melbourne," the Prime Minister told The Age.
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“Today’s Health and Medical Research Plan cements Melbourne’s place as a global leader in health and medical research, creating jobs while importantly providing support for Australians patients.”
Mr Hunt said the Aikenhead funding was part of a broader health funding package for the state.

“The Victorian package puts Melbourne at the global forefront of cancer research and gives our patients the best chance of treating and beating cancer," the Health Minister said.
“This plans builds on the more than 55 per cent increase in Commonwealth funding to Victorian hospitals, record bulk billing and more than 2000 new medicines subsided under the PBS.”

https://www.smh.com.au/national/fede...24-p5173f.html
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Correction on the above article - Melbourne is already at the forefront of global cancer research. This funding is simply recognition of this fact.


Meanwhile, $200M timber commercial for Collingwood.




Hines Plans $200m Timber Tower After Snapping Up Collingwood Site


Hines, one of the world’s largest privately-owned global property groups, has made its foray into Australian development, purchasing of a corner site in Collingwood where it will build a timber tower.

Hines, which has acquired, owned, managed and sold more than $850 million worth of assets in 24 countries, paid $28.5 million for the site north-east of the Melbourne CBD and has set plans in motion for a T3 commercial tower using timber, transit and technology.

The sale of the site was negotiated by Colliers International’s Andrew Ryan and Peter Bremner.

“This is a vibrant suburb which hosts a range of warehouse conversions and now is fast becoming a corporate headquarter mecca with the likes of Swisse, Aesop and T2 already calling Collingwood home,” Ryan said.

“Collingwood is undergoing a significant transformation as we speak, with a number of cranes in the air with large developers such as CBUS, Pace, Grocon and Gurner all having an impact in this precinct.”

The real estate giant has now engaged Jackson Clements Burrows Architects to design a $200 million office project to be constructed out of prefabricated timber with the architectural form reflecting both the area’s industrial heritage and the wave of contemporary new projects.

“This project marks a significant milestone for our expansion in Australia and we are thrilled that the firm’s first Australian development will be with this T3 asset in Collingwood,” Hines managing director David Warneford said.

Hines completed its first T3 project in Minneapolis in 2016 and has further T3 developments under way in Atlanta, Chicago, Denver and Toronto with announcements forthcoming for other markets.

“Hines’ T3 construction methodology replaces traditional structural systems such as concrete and steel with prefabricated solid wood systems, to create best-in-class projects in a fast, clean, sustainable and aesthetically pleasing manner,” Hines director Simon Nasa said.

“The location in an amenity-rich creative office market will enhance the live, work, play lifestyle that progressive tenants are seeking, to recruit and retain the best of today’s talent.”

The building will cater to tenants who are seeking to improve the quality of their work/life balance and workplace experience, with amenities including common social areas, large tenant terraces, public third-space activation and premium end of trip facilities.

Architects Jackson Clement Burrows have also designed Zero Nine's latest Collingwood project, a 9-storey heritage redevelopment at 378-380 Smith Street.

Tim Gurner's Warren and Mahoney-designed development at 368-374 Smith Street has also been given the go-ahead marking the 23rd building Gurner has developed in his much-loved inner-north Melbourne precinct.

Developer Grocon has partnered with John Wardle Architects to develop its 12-storey office building offering 1,500sq m floorplates and 15,000sq m of net lettable area.

https://theurbandeveloper.com/articl...llingwood-site
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"Hines, which has acquired, owned, managed and sold more than $850 million worth of assets in 24 countries, paid $28.5 million for the site north-east of the Melbourne CBD and has set plans in motion for a T3 commercial tower using timber, transit and technology."

Does anyone know what "transit" means in the above context? Unless it's a reference to the components being pre-fabricated elsewhere and transported to the site.
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Old April 11th, 2019, 05:54 AM   #537
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Malt district building like crazy.

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Old May 5th, 2019, 12:44 PM   #538
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The Richmond Plaza development must be due to get underway soon. The shopping centre is looking very empty with the several of the remaining tenants running closing down sales.

https://www.sjb.com.au/projects/new-...-redevelopment
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Old May 6th, 2019, 07:20 AM   #539
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^ I hope it get's going, it looks like a great outcome. Seems like it's been floating around forever though.
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Old May 13th, 2019, 06:14 AM   #540
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Quick update on Seek and Malt District.

Seek.


Malt District is adding a lot of bulk, but it's hard to capture. Also still digging down.


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