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CBD | 35 Spring Street | 45L | 166m | Residential

Ryan Seychell's picture
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Mark Baljak's picture

http://www.35springst.com/

website is up and firing although leases of up to 24 months are being considered for the current office space

http://www.realcommercial.com.au/property-offices-vic-melbourne-500303833

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Fedsquared's picture

http://www.theage.com.au/business/park-life-on-high-has-cbus-chasing-mor...

Park life on high has Cbus chasing more
April 10, 2013

Simon Johanson
Property Editor for The Age

Cbus Property is scouring for other development sites as it prepares to officially launch Melbourne's newest high-end residential apartment tower.
The $350 million project, known by its address 35 Spring Street, is set to rise 45 storeys above one of Melbourne's finest public gardens when construction starts in January next year.

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Qantas743's picture

Another year until construction begins?

Why so long?

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Ryan Seychell's picture

It'd be to do with current leases within the building. As Mark mentioned above, leases were still being offered for up to 24 months (although that's probably changed since they mentioned a January start) and i'm pretty sure the government was looking to sublease the space they held in the building.
I'm not too fussed about this one starting next year if that's the case, by then a lot of the projects under construction now will be close to completion, so will give us something fresh to look forward to.

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Laurence Dragomir's picture
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Ryan Seychell's picture

Nice find. Can't wait for this one, fills a nice gap. Here are the renders for convenience:

 

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Michael Berquez's picture

God, how I'd love to wake up looking over the Fitzroy Gardens

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Peter Maltezos's picture

Interesting in that this proposal will cast a massive shadow over the Treasury Gardens every afternoon when the sun sets in the west, yet no one seems to have any problems with that.

Is the Southbank promenade and Yarra River more important when it comes to overshadowing?

Whenever I'm in any of Melbourne's public Gardens/Parks or dining alfresco, I always look for a shady spot to sit under. cool

Who actually sits out in the sun? 

 

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Laurence Dragomir's picture

It's more to do the with the time of day ie 11am-2pm. 35 Spring won't overshadow the gardens during these times on either the winter solstice or the equinox, I suspect.

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Ryan Seychell's picture

Awesome

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Michal's picture

Great render, this is definitely in my top 3 developments.

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Paul_D's picture

My God that's just incredible!
First post and excited to migrate over here. :)

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Mark Baljak's picture

welcome aboard Paul + Michal

anyone know the prices over varying options, must be expensive? 160m for only 39 levels is a pricey build

i'd love to see a 200m tower replace Mercure eventually, one for Blockhead...

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Michal's picture

Thanks Mark, i've been lurking around on here since you kicked off. You've done a great job, the project database is really well implemented.

I think they really nailed the proportions on this one.

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Laurence Dragomir's picture

Added to the list. Height would probably need to mediate between former Shell House and 35 Spring but I could make it 200m just for kicks.

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Ryan Seychell's picture

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Alastair Taylor's picture

A little birdie said 35 Spring St is having an exclusive sales centre preview soon ;)

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Mark Baljak's picture

third pic is stupendously good

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Andrew Mck's picture

WOW just wow...

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Mark Baljak's picture

Lend Lease and Equiset have tenders out already, pre-sales seem to be strong?

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MelbourneGuy's picture

I'm not surprised by the strength of the pre-sales considering its position and quality of construction.

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Paul_D's picture

Just noticed an advert for 35 Spring St on Domain. Interior pics and all :)

http://www.domain.com.au/Property/For-Sale/New-Apartments-Off-the-Plan/V...

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Michael Berquez's picture

I want to live there...NOW!
But I don't understand how 39 levels = 160m.......

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Nicholas Harrison's picture

It will actually be 45 levels high.

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Laurence Dragomir's picture

Must have high ceilings - they are afterall premium apartments.

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