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  • Jewel in the crown of Sydney’s CBD opens its doors

    Sydney's first boutique serviced apartments in the CBD, SKYE Suites Sydney will open its doors next month. Located at 300 Kent Street, the highly anticipated opening of the luxury 25 storey multi-residential to... more
  • Woodside

    Fit-out of new Woodside headquarters completed

    The state-of-the-art fit-out of the Woodside headquarters, Mia Yellagonga, located at the Capital Square precinct in Perth's CBD was recently completed. Woodside appointed Multiplex in June 2017 to create a ... more
  • Super Train

    Plans revealed for $15 billion Melbourne’s ‘Super Train’

    AirRail Melbourne has announced a detailed plan for Melbourne’s long-awaited Super Train, promising the fastest travel times, a premium around-the-clock service and enhanced access for regional Victorians. ... more
  • New public park in the heart of Melbourne

    The Future Melbourne Committee has unanimously endorsed plans for the first new urban park in the Hoddle Grid since City Square was developed in 1980. The brand new Market Street public park (name pending) ... more

New integrated station development in Martin Place

Macquarie Group has entered into a binding agreement with the NSW Government to design and deliver a new integrated station development in Martin Place. It will integrate a new Sydney Metro railway station, two new office towers and a contemporary retail, dining and lifestyle hub. Under the new agreement, Macquarie, along with designer and contractor Lendlease, will deliver the new underground Martin Place metro station which will integrate with a retail and recreation precinct, two new office towers and the existing Martin Place railway station which services the Eastern Suburbs and Illawarra Line. Macquarie is taking an integrated approach to the development which allows for unique elements, including easy transit for commuters between the suburban and metro railway lines, natural light down to the metro platform level, allowing for significant public concourse space and adding... more

Junction Place revamp to boost local jobs and businesses

The Victorian Government is progressing with the biggest urban renewal project in regional Australia – the revitalisation of Junction Place in Wodonga in a bid to create local jobs, attract new visitors and boost the economy. In total, the project area spans 10 hectares, with a total development timeframe of 15 – 20 years. Development Victoria has predicted that the urban renewal initiative is likely to increase the Wodonga population by 40 per cent over 20 years. Member for Northern Victoria Jaclyn Symes said the project is forecast to inject up to $250 million into the local economy, boost visitation to the region, create local construction jobs as well as ongoing jobs in the retail, accommodation and hospitality sectors. “The transformation of Junction P... more

Big plans for new rowing precinct in Launceston

Award-winning architecture firm, Cumulus Studio are working on a new state-of-the-art rowing precinct beside Launceston’s North Esk River. Commissioned by Rowing Tasmania, the new precinct will add to the transformation of the adjacent Riverbend Park – one of the first projects the architecture studio worked on in 2012. The elite training facility is set to serve over 1000 active rowers in Northern Tasmania, with leases already signed by the Tasmanian Institute of Sport and the Tasmanian University Boat Club. Cumulus Studio said their design for the precinct took a range of competing user needs into account, as the facility will be used by social rowers, junior competitors, dragon boat racers and world-class athletes as well. Focusing on rower amenities and site context, the precinct’s design references traditional boat shed forms as well as the (now demolished) woolsto... more

Contractor sought to build Perth’s new METRONET projects

The Western Australian Government is seeking construction companies to deliver two major METRONET projects, with the release of a Request for Proposal (RFP) to the market. The RFP calls on Western Australian construction companies to deliver the Thornlie-Cockburn Link and the Yanchep Rail Extension under a bundled competitive alliance model. It will represent one of WA's biggest ever package of infrastructure works. Federal Minister for Cities, Urban Infrastructure and Population Alan Tudge said METRONET was a city-shaping project and a critical investment in meeting the demands of population growth for Perth. “The projects will bring together new rail infrastructure and new urban centres around stations to improve livability and tackle congestion in Western Australia,” Mr Tudge announced this morning. “Our $11 billion investment in roads and rail across Western Austral... more

Concept plans unveiled for Woden Town Square activation project

ACT’s Minister for City Services, Chris Steel MLA has unveiled plans for a six-month placemaking project and landscaping installation for the Woden Town Square. In February 2018, members of the community participated in a discovery phase for the six-month furniture installation, intended to formulate a concept design for the project and outline how the Woden Town Square will be further brought to life. “Activating the central Town Square is a key next step in the Woden Town Centre’s regeneration and supporting the further development of high-quality public spaces in our Town Centres,” Mr Steel explained. “I am pleased to be able to release the #WodenExperiment draft concept design today and put out a call to the community for ideas and their involvement in creating a strong program of activation and events for the Woden Experiment,” he said. [caption id="attachm... more

New towers emerge as north-western residential hub takes shape

The future Macquarie Park residential precinct in north-western Sydney is gaining an increasingly defined profile, with the first towers of Greenland Australia’s ‘nbh at Lachlan’s Line’ now becoming firmly established on the suburb’s skyline. Greenland Australia acquired Lot 104 and 105 of the 1.53-hectare Lachlan’s Line site in late 2015, with development approval granted for the construction of 900 apartments and 5,500 square metres of retail floor space. The company's construction partner, Ganellen, commenced construction of the site’s first buildings in December 2017, with completion scheduled for mid to late 2019. Right now, residents of Sydney’s north-west are getting their first glimpse of the ‘nbh at Lachlan... more

New Liverpool CBD transformation to create thousands of jobs

Liverpool’s city centre will be completely revitalised as part of a collaboration between the NSW Government and the Liverpool City Council, which will see up to 10,000 new homes built and over 22,000 new jobs created. 25 hectares of land in the city centre will be ‘rezoned’ for commercial and mixed-use developments, aiming to reinvigorate the CBD and build a vibrant new commercial and residential hub for NSW. Minister for Planning and Housing, Anthony Roberts, said this plan which will transform Liverpool’s commercial areas and unlock the city’s potential as a thriving and well-connected place to live, work and play. “Changes to the Local Environmental Plan (LEP) will open the door for Liverpool to fulfil its potential as the next significant city centre in Sydney," he announced. The new city centre is right on the cusp of the future Western Sydney Airport, so i... more

Highly-anticipated Perth DFO to open its doors next month

Local shoppers and tourists will be able to experience the ultimate retail hub when Perth’s new Direct Factory Outlet (DFO) opens to the public next month. DFO Perth Centre Manager, Leanne Smith, said the hub will include over 100 specialty retailers, as well as a unique selection of food and beverage outlets and a small number of kiosks. “From October 3, we’re offering a new standard of outlet shopping,” Ms Smith said. Spanning 24,000 square metres and located in close proximity to the Perth Airport and Tonkin Highway, the brand-new $150 million development will provide retail access to several visitors each year. According to the architects at Taylor Robinson Chaney Broderick, the main inspiration for the centre was drawn from natural and man-made flight, which informed the sweeping lines of the architecture and the layered intricacy of the interior.  The design of th... more