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just a quick roundup of large projects around australia.


SYDNEY

Lumiere


Meriton


Stamford marque


Parramatta-Escen
miliux

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MELBOURNE
Eifel
mugley


dock5


neo200


Verve & milano

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BRISBANE
Brisbane sq
Duke


Festival Tower
kwigibo


monmary
duke


charlotte towers
kjbrissy


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GOLD COAST
circle on cavil
kwigibo


avalon
kwigibo


the Wave
deejayt


Southport central


jade
deejayt


Ultra
deejayt


verve
deejayt


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ADELAIDE
City central 1
aceman

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Can someone post pix from WA. run out of time.
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magnificent growing southern CBD of syd
 

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Heres a quick block diagram showing skyscrapers (over 35m) uc as of june1 in cap city

 

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Gold Coast is going off the hook there, construction cap of Oz and it's a regional city lol!
 

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Nothing inspirational going up in Perth yet. We must be due for a new landmark building soon, with the boom going on and CP being the last major built.
 

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go the goldie and there are planty more towers that should start soon yay
soul orecle sierra grande and a few more cant wait
 

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Nothing inspirational going up in Perth yet. We must be due for a new landmark building soon, with the boom going on and CP being the last major built.
Yes its a little strange isn't it - WA economy is going gangbusters through the resources boom but the buildings are modest. Interestingly, the residential tower construction phase is now well under way in Perth but there is no great height - many around the 70m mark. Hopefully there might be one or two impact buildings before the cycle eases. With property prices going insane in Perth atm, I wonder how much longer the cycle will last.
 

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Yes its a little strange isn't it - WA economy is going gangbusters through the resources boom but the buildings are modest. Interestingly, the residential tower construction phase is now well under way in Perth but there is no great height - many around the 70m mark. Hopefully there might be one or two impact buildings before the cycle eases. With property prices going insane in Perth atm, I wonder how much longer the cycle will last.
Property prices are increasing at an astronomical rate atm, but so are construction costs. The distance from the other capital cities makes it more expensive to bring in interstate workers. I guess this is what is keeping the towers low, that and the ample amount of space in the CBD's surrounding suburbs.
 

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Property prices are increasing at an astronomical rate atm, but so are construction costs. The distance from the other capital cities makes it more expensive to bring in interstate workers. I guess this is what is keeping the towers low, that and the ample amount of space in the CBD's surrounding suburbs.
Agree that the construction costs are soaring, but I think that at the moment it's more to do with the developers in WA still emerging from their WA Inc cautiousness, they want the tennant commitment before starting anything big. If the boom continues, then we may start to see some big towers under construction again.

I would say it's more a case of eeek Adelaide, not Perth when it comes to Darwin.
 

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CULWULLA said:
Heres a quick block diagram showing skyscrapers (over 35m) uc as of june1 in cap city

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Gold Coast is going off the hook there, construction cap of Oz and it's a regional city lol!
So that's what the Gold Coast is the capital of! It'll be interesting to see a similar diagram around Christmas.
 
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