Final designs have been unveiled for the proposed Victoria Cross station development, which includes a 42-storey office tower and a new retail laneway.
The New South Wales and Victorian governments have each announced a raft of major building projects to be fast tracked through the planning assessment system to boost the economy.
Cox Architecture has designed a 31-storey office tower on a Melbourne CBD site that was previously approved for a hotel and apartment tower designed by Atelier Jean Nouvel.
A proposed 35-storey recycled brick tower is set to add “texture and vitality” to Sydney’s booming midtown precinct.
City of Sydney has unveiled a new planning strategy for the city centre, which will allow for buildings of up to 330 metres to be built in new “clusters.”
Proponents Dexus and Frasers Property Australia are calling the proposal “Sydney’s most significant CBD development in over a decade” which would transform the western edge of the transport hub.
A $450 million shopping centre and urban plaza complex, inspired by a shopping centre in Los Angeles, is set to transform the centre of Toowong in Brisbane.
Four large scale projects in Melbourne have been approved by Victorian government, as it announces a new taskforce to boost the building and development industry during the coronavirus crisis.
A Parramatta council planning panel has laid the ground work for the development of the tallest building in the city after it voted to allow are more than six-fold increate of the allowable height on the site.
A development application has been lodged for a 46-storey mixed-use development in Penrith designed by DKO Architecture.
“The culture of design in Newcastle is evidently very strong,” said jury chair Sam Crawford, of Sam Crawford Architects.
City of Melbourne councillors have voted unanimously in favour of a tower proposal for the Paris end of Collins Street, in spite of contrary advice from council planners.
A 12-storey office tower proposal in Brisbane, designed by Rothelowman, has been approved by Brisbane council.
A three-tower project near Perth Arena and Yagan Square will be an injection of 155 apartments.
A site at the edge of Sydney Olympic Park, formerly zoned light industrial, will be home to more than 500 apartments.
The NSW government and the City of Sydney have laid the foundations for 330-metre skyscrapers in parts of the Sydney CBD.
A heritage-listed hall at Australia’s oldest church site would be demolished under a proposal to construct two towers and a public square.
Demonstrating careful consideration of its heritage surrounds and with a mix of uses throughout, this finely detailed skyscraper by Koichi Takada Architects advances the social culture and amenity of central Sydney.
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A reworked proposal for an office skyscraper in Melbourne’s CBD, by Bates Smart, has been approved by council.