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so even with chop it will be tallest building in Aus? pity sydney’s height max is 330m, we will never have tallest outright but probably tallest office will be ours
 

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so even with chop it will be tallest building in Aus? pity sydney’s height max is 330m, we will never have tallest outright but probably tallest office will be ours
Tallest is a meaningless title, seriously.
Quality over quantity.

Green Spine is high quality.
56P hopefully is great, more Quay Quarter than CQ.

Win win.
 

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Tallest is a meaningless title, seriously.
Quality over quantity.

Green Spine is high quality.
56P hopefully is great, more Quay Quarter than CQ.

Win win.
56p will be tallest and maybe largest its prestigeous to have tallest office in southern hem:cheers:
 

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56p will be tallest and maybe largest its prestigeous to have tallest office in southern hem:cheers:
In Melbourne the shorter 101 Collins has always been more prestigious than Rialto. Better location, higher quality materials, better floor layouts etc. it’s probably still the number address in this town.
 

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Tallest is a meaningless title, seriously.
Quality over quantity.

Green Spine is high quality.
56P hopefully is great, more Quay Quarter than CQ.

Win win.
56p will be tallest and maybe largest its prestigeous to have tallest office in southern hem
If it is topped out in 2026 it may only have the tallest office floor for around 12 months. In fact there is a possibility that Melbourne’s efficient planning approval system may relegate it to second place upfront.

It may come down to who can secure tenants and finance quicker.
 

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Just add 5 years and deduct 100m from everything that has gone before.

The market is simply suffering a medium term bout of erectile disfunction.

All of the above will simply be used as cheap entertainment in the years to come, to simply exemplify what could have been....

I hold very little hope that any of these aspirations will be realised in an economy struggling to employ workers and an economy simply struggling to pay its interest bills. Only heaven knows at what rates inflation will be at (depends on the various economic scenarios of QE) and the unemployment queues will likely have the commensurate effect on the bargaining ability of the employers versus a distinct lack of union might.

It is in that regard, with big business struggling to right itself, that I hold concerns for the ability of the construction industry to perform anywhere near the equivalence of what we had been fortunate to witness up until late 2019.
 

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No way any of those pipe dream towers will be built now. Lucky crown Sydney is almost done crown has been hit the hardest you can kiss anything from them goodbye. :(
 

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No way any of those pipe dream towers will be built now. Lucky crown Sydney is almost done crown has been hit the hardest you can kiss anything from them goodbye. :(
doom and gloom guy? so you going to do this with every thread?
dont be so sure. you might be suprised.
 

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Not doom And gloom guy I’m talking about those big Melbourne proposals green spine and crown tower. All the other mid tier buildings or those that have financing are fine but all the “visions” should be built to the never built thread
 

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Not doom And gloom guy I’m talking about those big Melbourne proposals green spine and crown tower. All the other mid tier buildings or those that have financing are fine but all the “visions” should be built to the never built thread
I wouldn't write off Green Spine. Finance won't be a problem. It will be up to tenants.
 
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