The City of Melbourne has signed an agreement with developer PDG Corporation to deliver 40 affordable housing units and a new community village in Melbourne’s Southbank, designed by DKO Architecture.
Construction has begun on a $170 million project to redevelop the Harry Seidler designed MLC Centre in central Sydney.
A 16-storey John Wardle Architects-designed commercial tower in central Melbourne has been completed.
A Hames Sharley-designed 25-storey office and hotel tower proposed for Adelaide’s Currie Street is expected to be approved by the State Commission Assessment panel on 23 May.
The NSW Independent Planning Commission has granted concept approval for a 183-metre tower by Cockle Bay Wharf on Sydney Harbour.
Melbourne councillors have endorsed changes to an approved Melbourne Quarter tower proposal, which would see the building height increased by 20 metres.
Plans have been submitted for a $1.5 billion commercial development on Collins Street designed by Cox Architecture and Gensler.
Bates Smart has designed a mixed-use development near a railway station in the northern Sydney suburb of Macquarie Park.
A development application is before the City of Sydney for Kerry Hill Architects’ One Circular Quay apartment tower.
Sydney practice Koichi Takada Architects has unveiled designs for Sky Trees, a 63-storey tower to be built in downtown Los Angeles.
A proposal for the final tower in a set of three designed by Renzo Piano Building Workshop for Barangaroo South in Sydney has been submitted for planning approval.
A hotel will be constructed above a modernist office building designed by Yuncken Freeman under a proposal approved by the City of Melbourne.
Cox Architecture, Woods Bagot and Elenberg Fraser have been invited to participate in a design competition for tower in Auckland set to transform the city’s skyline.
MGS Architects’ design for a more than 100-year-old institution will feature “leading edge facade technology and material experimentation.”
A fire has damaged a historic Brisbane hotel that was recently the subject of a proposal for a 27-storey skyscraper.
A $450-million hotel and apartment building that will sit atop a historic goods shed on Melbourne’s Yarra River has been granted planning approval.
Heritage Victoria has issued the developers the site surrounding the historic Nylex clock with a 21-day ultimatum to clean up the deteriorating site or face fines.
WOHA’s Oasia Hotel Downtown and FJMT’s EY Centre are among the winners of the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat’s Tall Buildings Awards.
Kengo Kuma and Koichi Takada Architects have won a competition to design a 19-storey tower in Sydney’s Waterloo.
Fender Katsalidis has redesigned a triple-tower development to be built on the site of Melbourne’s former Convention Centre.