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SOUTHBANK | 56 Clarendon St | 48L | 151M | Mixed Use

Mark Baljak's picture
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Site

Ground

Typical serviced floor

Rec level

Typical higher level resi

East elevation

South elevation

Cross

Design

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3000's picture
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I'm not feeling the podium at all.

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zenith's picture
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FKA are caught in the blue and gold timewarp.

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Garmatt's picture
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I really like it. It's kind of retro future.....

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Peter Maltezos's picture
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^^ I like it!yes

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Mark Baljak's picture
#6

Starting to gain some nice characteristics - over the lower levels at least

SOUTHBANK | 56 Clarendon St | 48L | 151M | Mixed Use

SOUTHBANK | 56 Clarendon St | 48L | 151M | Mixed Use

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3000's picture
#7

I like this a bit more. The columns are a nice touch. Hopefully they are stone or something that will age nicely

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Garmatt's picture
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I love this one. I really hope the design evolution doesn't mean they've dropped the "Questo" down the side. I like that feature. Slightly art deco.

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SOUTHBANK | 56 Clarendon St | 48L | 151M | Mixed Use

SOUTHBANK | 56 Clarendon St | 48L | 151M | Mixed Use

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Mark Baljak's picture
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Chinese group Holder East wins Southbank tower approval after improving design

Acquisitive Chinese developer Holder East has received approval for its second Melbourne high-rise residential tower in less than a week, after modifying the design of a proposed Southbank high-rise to improve its liveability.

The project at 56-62 Clarendon Street - behind the Melbourne Convention Centre and Crown Casino - is a 151-metre tower with 208 one and two-bedroom apartments and 128 serviced studio apartments plus a cafe on the ground floor.

Victorian planning minister Richard Wynne approved the tower after the developer made a number of amendments, including increasing room sizes and providing additional natural lighting to comply with the state government's Better Apartments Design Standards.

"We've struck a fair deal that ensures the developer can get on with their project, but the needs of future residents are met too," Mr Wynne said.

"Melbourne's population is growing and we're making the most of it. Our Better Apartment Design Standards are about ensuring new apartments are the high-quality, liveable spaces Victorians deserve," he added.

Designed by architects Katsalidis, the 48-level glass tower with gold trimmings will be built on 1212 square metre site that currently houses two single-storey industrial buildings. The construction budget is $60 million.

The two adjoining sites were acquired for a combined $23.5 million in 2014 by Chinese investor, Yang Clarendon Pty Ltd, led by Guifen Sun. Recently, Holder East struck a deal to become joint owner of the site paying Mr Sun $12.5 million.

Last week, Holder East received approval for a $200 million tower with 231 apartments in nearby South Melbourne. The developer also recently acquired a Melbourne CBD building and car park on Franklin Street for about $14 million.

Read more: http://www.afr.com/real-estate/chinese-group-holder-east-wins-southbank-...

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Qantas743's picture
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Nice. So this will be the tallest building in that pocket?

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redden's picture
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It looks as though Holder East may have snapped up the neighbouring site, 64 Clarendon Street, as both sites are now enclosed by the same fence. JCooza posted recently on SSC that Questo is now known as Aurum on Clarendon.

SOUTHBANK | 56 Clarendon St | 48L | 151M | Mixed Use[/QUOTE]

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redden's picture
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Signage is up. It's hard to tell how the 64-68 Clarendon site will be dealt with.

SOUTHBANK | 56 Clarendon St | 48L | 151M | Mixed Use

SOUTHBANK | 56 Clarendon St | 48L | 151M | Mixed Use

SOUTHBANK | 56 Clarendon St | 48L | 151M | Mixed Use[/QUOTE]

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Laurence Dragomir's picture
#14

^ If Peppers are still onboard as the operator at 64 Clarendon, I'd imagine they'll proceed with that one first.

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redden's picture
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Mark reported in late March that Mantra did a deal with BPM late last year for a "Mantra on City Road", effectively replacing the Peppers Southbank proposal with the Shadow Play building.

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redden's picture
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The 64-68 Clarendon Street thread can be incorporated in this one now, as it has been confirmed that Holder East have bought it to add to the Aurum site. Thanks to JCooza for the info.

High-rise plans

Holder East also bolstered its siteholding at Clarendon Street in Melbourne's Southbank where it is planning a high-rise residential and hotel tower.

It bought 64-68 Clarendon Street for about $12.5 million to complement its existing holding at 56-58 and 60-62 Clarendon Street, behind the Melbourne Convention Centre and Crown Casino.

It is planning a 151-metre tower with more than 200 apartments and 128 serviced apartments on a combined 1600sq m site.

Earlier this year, the company gained approval to build the 48-level glass tower with gold trimmings to be designed by architects Fender Katsalidis.

https://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1987738&page=3

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