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Queen Adelaide Club. Twin-Tower Apartment Complex in Adelaide

Location information

Location: Oceania
Country: Australia
City: Adelaide
Address: North Terrace, 2-6 Stephens Pl, Adelaide SA 5000

General information

Started: 2015 year
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Technical details

Height: 82 meters
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Floor count: 24 floors
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Design and construction

Style: glass, highrise, postmodern
Building Uses: residential, office, hospital, parking garage, restaurant, retail

Queen Adelaide Club

Twin-Tower in Adelaide

Queen Adelaide Club. Twin-Tower Apartment Complex in Adelaide


One of Adelaide’s most popular nightclubs will be demolished and a AUD$200 million (USD$144 million), 24-story residential and retail tower will be built in its place. The development is located at 1 North Terrace adjacent to the new Royal Adelaide Hospital.
Deputy Lord Mayor Houssam Abiad said the proposal was a result of gentrification of the West End. “There’s no doubt that area is moving away from being a late-night clubbing destination to being predominantly a medical and educational precinct,” he said.
The proposed development includes the existing, historic Newmarket Hotel and is to be presented to the Development Assessment Commission in December. It has been recommended for approval, despite concerns about the building height, heritage issues, and unit size.
Construction would require the demolition of some parts of the heritage-listed pub, such as a side wing to the building and former stables, and the 82-meter height far exceeds the area’s 43-meter height limit.
The proposal includes 400 apartments with a mix of studios, one-, two-, and three-bedroom units ranging in size between 32 square meters and 130 square meters. Featured amenities include a swimming pool, gymnasium, barbeque area, and parking for 112 cars. It also includes room for 200 bicycles, although that is below a threshold required for a development of its size. (Source)
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