CURRENT PROJECTS

FROME CENTRAL
Tower One - Adelaidean

LOCATION

11-27 Frome Street, Adelaide

OVERVIEW

Frome Central Tower One is a striking mixed-use tower incorporating a 4 Star hotel with a podium entertaining area, serviced apartments, a 400 space car park and home to the "Adelaidean" - 88 exclusive residential apartments. On completion it will be 134m high and the CBD’s tallest building. Located in Adelaide’s premier entertainment, cultural and hotel precinct, this prestigious development was designed by renowned architects Brown Falconer, capitalising on sweeping views from the hills to the coast.

ARCHITECT

Brown Falconer

PROJECT TYPE

Hotel, Residential Apartments, Serviced Apartments, Multi-storey car park

COST

TBC

STATUS

Construction to commence in late 2017

DUE FOR COMPLETION

2019

link to the ROI page

FROME CENTRAL
Tower Two - SYNAGOGUE STUDENT ACCOMODATION

LOCATION

12-18 Synagogue Place, Adelaide

OVERVIEW

This 268 bed purpose built student accommodation development will provide high quality living spaces with a mix of self-contained studios, shared apartments and twin rooms, along with a range of communal areas including a rooftop terrace, a grand entry lobby and a reception area. Located within easy walking distance of Adelaide’s two main universities on nearby North Terrace, it is being delivered as part of Kyren’s mixed-use development Frome Central.

ARCHITECT

Brown Falconer

PROJECT TYPE

Student Accommodation

COST

TBC

STATUS

Construction to commence in early 2017

DUE FOR COMPLETION

2018

108 WAKEFIELD ST

LOCATION

108 Wakefield Street, Adelaide

OVERVIEW

Rising above a retail podium, 108 Wakefield St offers approximately 14,880sqm of PCA A-Grade net office floor space over 13 storeys. Providing ultimate flexibility, it delivers the highest quality amenity and facilities, with a targeted 5 Star Green Star rating and a 5 Star NABERS rating. This landmark address provides responsive building operation through best practice.

ARCHITECT

Cheesman Architects

PROJECT TYPE

Office, Retail

COST

$70m

STATUS

Construction likely to commence in 2017

DUE FOR COMPLETION

Proposed completion date 2019

link to brochure pdf

Past PROJECTS

PWC BUILDING – 70 FRANKLIN

LOCATION

70 Franklin Street, Adelaide

OVERVIEW

Enjoying a high-profile north-west CBD location, 70 Franklin encompasses 16 storeys of office space above a retail podium with a cafe, providing 19,363sqm of PCA A-Grade net floor area, with scope for flexible configuration options. Enhancing the economic vitality of the city, it embraces sustainable design initiatives with a 5 Star Green Star design rating and has consistently achieved a 5.5 Star NABERS rating. The existing adjoining car park provides more than 700 car spaces with direct access to the building. PWC has taken naming and signage rights of the striking contemporary tower, located close to Victoria Square, the Law Courts and the GPO.

ARCHITECT

Cheesman Architects

PROJECT TYPE

Office, Retail, Residential

COST

$100m

STATUS

Completed in 2013

link to the ROI page

QUEST ON FRANKLIN

LOCATION

74 Franklin Street, Adelaide

OVERVIEW

This landmark 14 storey 4.5 star apartment hotel comprises a total of 117 studios and one, two and three bedroom serviced apartment suites along with modern conference facilities and guest amenities. A distinctly urban building in the heart of the CBD, it has a striking glass façade and finishes of the highest standards to provide the latest in luxury living. Featuring abundant natural light, double glazed windows and high ceilings, most apartments offer balconies.

ARCHITECT

Cheesman Architects

PROJECT TYPE

Residential

COST

$40m

STATUS

Completed 2013

link to brochure pdf

CREDIT UNION SA HOUSE

LOCATION

400 King William Street, Adelaide

OVERVIEW

A landmark building and the catalyst for development in a section of King William previously neglected by developers, this multi-storey commercial building offers 22,500sqm of A-Grade office space to blue chip tenants, with a 5 Star Green and 5 Star NABERS rating. The challenge was to develop a large building with a 90m western frontage incorporating a strong Ecologically Sustainable Development (ESD) focus. The design solution needed to be sympathetic to the surrounding low rise buildings and the result is a striking, light, frameless glass structure hovering above a solid base.

ARCHITECT

Cheesman Architects

PROJECT TYPE

Commercial

COST

$100m

STATUS

Completed 2009

link to brochure pdf