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All I can say is OMFG!

SA/SSC member Adelarch found this render of the proposed Currie St project on the Loucas Zahos website (developers behind the latest Flinders St proposal)

20-22 Currie Street is only a few doors down



The only information we have at this stage is that it will include 15,000sqm of office space.

Its unclear if this is a outdated render, however if this design gets built it will be one of the hottest developments ever built in Adelaide!

http://www.knightfrank.com/ResearchReportDirPhase2/11336.pdf
 

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OMG another building!? HAHA Awesome. may many of these guys are popping up! I hope the screwed up economy doesn't stall them! I also hope this is a high one. I do like that render.

How big is 15000sqm?
 

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Currie Street could soon to given a major boast in the near future...

Pants @ S-A said:
Just stumbled across this on my usual round of construction/development-related websites. It's from the Mattioli Group, which was responsible for the Allegra Hotel among other developments:

A proposed 5 star luxury hotel that will become a landmark feature in the Adelaide CBD.

This 23 level development will be designed and built to standards not yet seen in South Australia. With its interior design inspired by some of the great hotels of the world, it will become the destination of choice for the discerning traveler.




 

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looking pretty good, should stand out on the skyline if it gets built. Shame about that original proposal tho, hope it gets resurrected somewhere else. Can't say i'm confident about this being built, most good proposals in Adelaide never seem to get anywhere: 20/22 currie st, hills house, spire etc...

and this would be the 2nd larger hotel proposed for this end of town with the Majestic hotel proposal on hindley st..
 

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Good stuff
 

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in my opinion, the new render looks so much better. Sleek Curves are so much better then stacked lego boxes :)
 

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in my opinion, the new render looks so much better. Sleek Curves are so much better then stacked lego boxes :)
I like the new render, it's nice. But the original one was amazing.
 

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Every suite will feature floor-to-ceiling windows to offer an unrivalled panorama of the hills to the east, the gulf to the west, the Adelaide Oval and cultural precinct to the north and the Southern Vales and beaches to the south.

Other features of the plans lodged today are:

* Four dining options over three floors, offering a diversity of cuisines including a BBQ restaurant and an informal dining area by the indoor pools;
* Numerous spa and massage options spread over an entire floor – many not currently available in Australia;
* A drive-through entryway for cars and taxis that avoids street congestion at the front by directing all arrivals through the ground level of the building;.
* A slight slope away from Currie Street allows all “back of house” activity, such as goods and services delivery and staff entry and exit, to be confined to the rear of the building;
* Environmentally friendly design: heat from plant and equipment will be recycled to warm the in-door pools and hotel hot water; a three storey-high green wall the length of the building starting on the ground level, filtering air and light and lowering the need for air conditioning; the hotel will feature considerable rain water collection and re-use;
* A conference-specific floor for small and mid-sized events featuring abundant natural light and views;
* Mature trees on the footpath at the front of the site will be preserved

http://www.sensational-adelaide.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=3094
 
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