Thats my favourite angle of it, looks great. My least favourite angle is from Balmain.
JMA will still find something to criticise about it, if it is.^thanks mitch. looks awesome:banana:
new towers 30st/96m 60st/190m 70st/225m
is that a new city beach i see????
It's my understanding they will go to a design comp, can somebody confirm this?Wow much shorter than I thought it would look its as if its always been there. They really needed 100m more on the buildings and the area is in desperate need of one spire to balance it out it looks very flat no shapes...
Exactly what i thought comparing them to Crown.the tallest looks 235m and middle tower about 200m.
Any idea who is taking part in it?tip- design comp happening soon for tall resis
Will that mean renders too? Or will that be once da is approved?The da for the towers are lodging very soon. Within weeks
I don't agree with you regarding the street activation. Too many of these new buildings have nothing more than an above ground carpark in their podiums. I feel the council needs to be stricter with them and make sure they are actually adding something like cafes, bars, shops and services. That's not to say Melbourne doesn't have great activity at street level, but you should be improving it instead of resting on your laurels. SSC atm won't let anything through which doesn't improve the street activity for the general public, that also means no above ground car parks, which I realise in Melbourne is much more costly and time consuming. But if these developers are making millions and selling out apartments before construction starts, I'm sure they can put car parks below ground.I must interject into your worldly conversations on this forum and say to those people that are just being negative about Melbourne that you are plainly wrong...what do you mean about no street activation or bed design...of course there was some issues with it and with blank walls which are going to be conjoined with other buildings eventually but in general Melbourne is pushing forward in design and amenities standards and street activation is still excellent throughout most of the city...have you walked around Southbank and Docklands and through city laneways and other streets you would have noticed many excellent and brave new buildings...and with the new planning minister this will get even better in regards to street activation and size of the apartments...when you get a building boom as such you can always expect some less then mediocre development but overall it is of high standard and inventive...what is the point of this comparison when I could pick bad and good in both cities if I wanted to...Barangaroo is an excellent development by the way and it is only confined to a small area so do not compare it with wider Melbourne development...
Yeah sorry that's what I mean, people moving them when they move in.yes those breaks are sliding panels for shade. so they will be random locale