Smith Street Super Thursday - A pictorial essay

Smith Street Super Thursday - A pictorial essay
Smith Street Super Thursday - A pictorial essay

Last month Urban Melbourne spent the better part of a day on Smith Street to film today's hotspot video - a rich, layered tapestry of people and places. Best characterised as a heritage streetscape and boasting an abundance of food offerings, street art, buzzing nightlife and a host of equally eccentric characters to boot.

Enjoy below a comprehensive photo essay of Smith Street - focusing particularly on the established buildings and places that have over time given Smith Street its well deserved title as one of Melbourne's quintessential experiences.

Smith Street Super Thursday - A pictorial essay
Le Niche Cafe.
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  • Smith Street Super Thursday - A pictorial essay
  • Smith Street Super Thursday - A pictorial essay
  • Smith Street Super Thursday - A pictorial essay
  • Smith Street Super Thursday - A pictorial essay
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  • Smith Street Super Thursday - A pictorial essay
  • Smith Street Super Thursday - A pictorial essay
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  • Smith Street Super Thursday - A pictorial essay
  • Smith Street Super Thursday - A pictorial essay
  • Smith Street Super Thursday - A pictorial essay
  • Smith Street Super Thursday - A pictorial essay
  • Smith Street Super Thursday - A pictorial essay
  • Smith Street Super Thursday - A pictorial essay
  • Smith Street Super Thursday - A pictorial essay
  • Smith Street Super Thursday - A pictorial essay
  • Smith Street Super Thursday - A pictorial essay
  • Smith Street Super Thursday - A pictorial essay
  • Smith Street Super Thursday - A pictorial essay
  • Smith Street Super Thursday - A pictorial essay
  • Smith Street Super Thursday - A pictorial essay
  • Smith Street Super Thursday - A pictorial essay
  • Smith Street Super Thursday - A pictorial essay
  • Smith Street Super Thursday - A pictorial essay
  • Smith Street Super Thursday - A pictorial essay
  • Smith Street Super Thursday - A pictorial essay
  • Smith Street Super Thursday - A pictorial essay
  • Smith Street Super Thursday - A pictorial essay
  • Smith Street Super Thursday - A pictorial essay
  • Smith Street Super Thursday - A pictorial essay
  • Smith Street Super Thursday - A pictorial essay
  • Smith Street Super Thursday - A pictorial essay
  • Smith Street Super Thursday - A pictorial essay
  • Smith Street Super Thursday - A pictorial essay

Laurence Dragomir

Laurence Dragomir

Laurence Dragomir is one of the co-founders of Urban Melbourne. Laurence has developed a wealth of knowledge and experience working in both the private and public sector specialising in architecture, urban design and planning. He also has a keen interest in the built environment, cities and Star Wars.

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bilby
Photo #61 shows the (very rare) 1920s Motor Garage that Neometro has chosen to demolish instead of retaining the heritage facade as part of the street wall. Their double standards when it comes to the retention of heritage within their developments on Smith Street are very much in evidence here.
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