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2 new buildings break ground at Adelaide BioMed City and ‘SAMHRI 2’ on the way

Work is well underway on two more buildings at Adelaide BioMed City as the $3 billion world-class health precinct in South Australia begins to take shape.

The compact precinct sits on the northwest corner of Adelaide, a city contained in a terraced grid, allowing all the buildings to sit side-by-side within easy walking distance of each other and serviced by a tram line.

Construction has begun on the $231 million University of Adelaide Health and Medical Sciences building. It will support Medicine, Nursing and Dentistry students and about 400 health sciences researchers and is due for completion in early 2017.

The 12-storey Lyons Architects designed building is the largest capital works project in the university’s 140-year history.

Work is also underway on the University of South Australia’s $230m Health Innovation Building.

Designed by BVN Architects and Swanbury Penglase, the 15-storey health and research facility will support a collaborative and holistic approach to health research and is scheduled to open in 2018.

The $2.3 billion new Royal Adelaide Hospital is nearing completion, with the first patients expected to be treated there before the end of the year.

The hospital will sit beside the $200 million SA Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) building, which opened in late 2013, and is the only part of the site currently operating.

Known by locals as “The Cheese Grater” for its stunning contemporary design, the Woods Bagot-designed building is home to more than 500 researchers and has won a swag of architectural awards.

A $280 million ‘SAHMRI 2’ has been proposed to be constructed alongside the SAHMRI building to house Australia’s first proton therapy unit – an $80 million machine to target otherwise inoperable cancerous tumours. Flinders University has committed $60

million to have a cancer research hub in the building while the State Government has budgeted $44 million. The Federal Government needs to contribute $176 million so the project can go ahead.

“As the largest greenfield healthcare precinct in the Southern hemisphere, Adelaide BioMed City and the development of the city’s northwest corner is bringing unprecedented investment opportunities to the state,” said Senior Investment Advisor Patrick Robinson from Invest Adelaide.

Source: News Release, Architecture and Design, 24 February 2016

http://www.premier.sa.gov.au/images/news_releases/2016/16_02February/iaplanning.pdf

“阿德莱德长高了!”——亚太集团旗下开发公司项目VUE昨日举行封顶仪式!

即将成为阿德莱德最高住宅楼的Vue on King William项目(简称“VUE”)于11月12日举行了封顶仪式,标志着项目实现了又一个重要的里程碑

200多名建筑工人聚集在项目顶楼参加了封顶仪式,注视着一辆125米高的起重机将一颗大圣诞树缓缓吊上85米高的顶楼。

Vue on King William
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VUE由Ironfish亚太集团旗下的南澳Starfish海星开发集团和墨尔本著名老牌开发公司Asian Pacific集团一起合作开发,由全球顶级建筑事务所Woods Bagot一手打造,共注资1亿澳元,包含210套公寓。

VUE凭借其6层高的裙房、7楼的屋顶花园、泳池甲板和娱乐中心,以及21层的玻璃塔楼,给阿德莱德的传统住宅建筑风格注入了新的气息。

这座28层大楼的建设工作仅从一年前开始,共花了332,500个工时达到目前的封顶阶段,预计于2016年5月完工。目前除了唯一一套顶层豪华公寓将于明年初上市,其它公寓都已经全部售出

传统住宅建筑风格

VUE使用的材料包括32,000平米的施工支模架、740吨钢筋、7,500立方米混凝土(相当于1500辆卡车的容积)、410块预制板、以及8,000平米的玻璃,令南澳的建筑供应商们笑逐颜开地受惠于各类订单。

去年开工仪式上,南澳州长Jay Weatherill和他的政府团队亲临CBD地标建筑VUE的开工仪式,正式宣布开工。州长表示:

“VUE的诞生标志着阿德莱德CBD地区缺乏国际品质高层居民建筑的历史就此结束!”

开工仪式

人口预测数据显示,阿德莱德市的人口数量今年将增长至22,393人,达到52年来新高,人们对于CBD生活方式的需求随着人口的增长不断上升。

室内装修房间布置

Starfish海星开发集团董事总经理Damon Nagel声称,VUE的成功证明了南澳人民对CBD地区高品质公寓的需求

“我们从2014年5月开始销售VUE,仅两年后,第一批居民便可开始搬进大楼。”

“VUE项目的许多买家计划从郊区迁入城市生活,这里将主要成为年轻专业人士以及希望缩小居住面积、享受低维护城市生活方式的空巢老人的家园。”

“VUE的成功使我们得以加速启动第二个CBD公寓开发项目BOHEM,后者上周刚开工,已售出超过65%的公寓。”

全景

阿德莱德的公寓审批数量从2012年的1,695套发展到今年的3,385套,在短短的三年中翻了将近一倍。人们对CBD生活方式的接受程度越来越高,于此同时,开发商们也纷纷看到了机会。

Asian Pacific集团首席执行官Will Deague声称,自从他的公司在阿德莱德投资了WATSON项目和VUE项目之后,其它州的不少开发商也相继进入了南澳市场:

“每次我访问阿德莱德,都会对这个城市的不断发展和演变感到印象深刻。”

“公共和私人领域对新基础设施的投资、住宅和商业开发项目的扩大以及创新型企业的崛起,都给这个城市注入了新的活力!”

街区 基础设施

亚太集团总裁周华先生于昨日在微信朋友圈分享了如下文字:

“最近亚太集团旗下的开发公司捷报频传:

今天,海星开发集团在南澳阿德莱德市中心开发的最高住宅楼28层的VUE封顶;

一周前,海星开发集团在阿德莱德8公里处St Clair的AVENUE荣获南澳三项开发大奖,其中包括最佳高层住宅奖;

11月5日,海星开发集团在阿德莱德市中心的另一个高档住宅楼BOHEM开工;

9月9日,亚太集团旗下墨尔本开发公司IFD在Box Hill开发的白马大厦双子座破土动工。

我们是为自己的客户开发高档项目,我为我们的买家感到开心!

全景

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《我的房产市场-阿德莱德篇》- 亚太集团季度调研报告,免费获取!

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我的房产市场:阿德莱德篇

阿德莱德目前是澳大利亚内地主要城市中房屋负担性最好的城市,可负担性一直推动着销售量的增长,公寓销售涨幅达到了12.45%,别墅达到5.52%。由于低利率和经济实惠的房价,阿德莱德市场在接下来的一年至一年半内预计将吸引更多的跨州投资者。

不少跨州投资者因为负担能力原因被迫退出了珀斯、墨尔本和悉尼市场,而阿德莱德的公寓中位价比珀斯便宜105,500澳元,比墨尔本便宜262,500澳元,比悉尼便宜340,000澳元。

阿德莱德显示持续稳定的长期租赁需求,房屋空置率五年来始终保持在2%以下,今年7月份为1.9%。过去十个连续的季度报告中,别墅和公寓的租金回报率居高不降,分别在4.6%和5%以上,这也反映出阿德莱德租赁市场的稳定需求。

对于初级投资者来说,阿德莱德房产的可负担性为他们创造了跟其它首府城市相比更靠近市中心的优质项目投资机会。对于长期投资者来说,阿德莱德的房产市场拥有稳定的投资环境。

在就业行业的合理化改造和转型的影响下,阿德莱德的失业率高于全国平均水平并持续影响着当地市场。然而,作为拥有铜、铀和金等丰富矿产并且是可再生资源理想发展地的南澳州首府,阿德莱德的长期前景将因为对资源的需求而变得非常可观。

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“卓越是一种态度!”——亚太集团旗下开发公司项目荣获三项行业大奖!

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上周末,当亚太集团的领袖和精英们相聚在新西兰女皇镇销售年会的深夜,从阿德莱德传来喜讯:

由亚太集团旗下的南澳海星开发集团开发的阿德雷德Avenue精品公寓项目一举荣获三项行业大奖

  1. High Density Housing(高密度住宅大奖)
  2. Professional Services for Chasecrown (建筑公司Chasecrown获得专业服务大奖)
  3. The President’s Award, or The Best Development in SA(南澳最佳民用住宅开发大奖,被视为是南澳房产开发行业的最高荣誉之一!)

南澳最佳民用住宅开发大奖

UDIA(澳洲城市发展协会)是澳大利亚城市开发行业各领域的最高代表机构,它是五个州的联合协会,立志确保澳洲开发行业的经济成功和未来发展。

UDIA颁发的各类精英奖项旨在对澳洲高品质开发项目的杰出成就给予充分的认可。

澳洲高品质开发项目的杰出成就

Avenue项目——细节定义完美!

此次获奖项目Avenue是位于阿德雷德近郊St Clair时尚小区的五层精品公寓楼,共有59套宽敞的一居室和两居室公寓。项目于2014年初开发,于2015年中竣工。一居室从279,900澳元起,极具可负担性。

Avenue

Avenue位于St Clair区的心脏地带,距离新购物村和火车站仅数步之遥,由海星开发集团联合南澳顶级建筑公司Chasecrown倾力打造。

从宽敞的开放式起居室、现代化的厨房、高品质的精致内装,到8米挑高的大堂、从阳台上能远眺怡人的公园风景,细节定义完美!

Avenue大堂

海星开发集团——“卓越不是一种技能,它是一种态度!”

海星开发集团是亚太集团旗下的南澳房产开发公司,董事总经理Damon Nagel和他的团队在澳洲和海外拥有多年的房产行业丰富经验和专业知识。

海星开发集团的每个项目都谨守卓越的承诺,专注于在澳洲最令人向往的区域提供地标式创新住宅和综合用途项目。

由于拥有清晰的愿景,海星开发集团迅速从小型联排别墅开发领域拓展至大型公寓开发领域,目前正在阿德莱德市中心开发两座高层住宅公寓,在近郊Woodforde开发400套别墅,此外在西澳珀斯也已经开展了第一个跨州公寓开发项目。

项目表

完工项目表

亚太集团阿德莱德分公司房产投资策略师Daniel的由衷感言

作为公司的一分子,从立项、设计、审批、预售、到开工、竣工验房、安排业主入住,我深知每一步的辛勤劳作都来之不易,我作为团队的一员深感骄傲与荣幸!

海星开发集团初出茅庐便一举囊获三项大奖,充分说明董事总经理Damon Nagel先生的卓越才华与领导力,以及洞悉市场的先见眼光!

一个卓越的平台,总会吸引卓越的人才,打造卓越的产品和服务一群卓越的客户,获得多赢的房产投资回报!

藉此机会,对所有的Avenue公寓客户表示祝贺和感谢!因为你们的信任与支持,是我们不断前进、不断在激烈的竞争中去追求卓越的动力所在!也再次恭喜你们成为南澳州大奖物业的业主!

一路有你,我们将一如既往地为大家提供更高、更好、更专业的澳洲房产投资及置业服务!感谢你们的继续支持!

房产投资策略师Daniel

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Adelaide named Australia’s first ‘Lighthouse City’ for innovation

South Australia’s credentials as a smart city have received a boost after tech giant Cisco declared Adelaide as the first smart and connected ‘Lighthouse City’ in Australia.

Lighthouse City status is a boon for the State that will allow access to Cisco’s huge global network, and see us primed to benefit from the economic and social transformation set to occur as the exciting next phase of the internet rapidly takes shape.

The announcement comes after the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding last year between the State Government, Adelaide City Council and Cisco to launch Australia’s first ‘Internet of Things’ Innovation Hub.

Under the Internet of Things (IoT), everyday devices that we regularly interact with – such as household appliances, watches and cars – will be capable of ‘talking’ to each other via the internet. For example, a programmed carpark on Grenfell Street can alert a smart phone of available parking spots.

Speaking from Cisco’s east headquarters in Bangalore, India, Science and Information Economy Minister Gail Gago said the State Government was thrilled to build its relationship with Cisco to grow South Australia’s information economy.

“I am delighted that Cisco has declared Adelaide as its first Lighthouse City in Australia – we now join other major cities including Barcelona, Chicago, Hamburg and Dubai as leading places to showcase IoT innovations,” Ms Gago said.

“Cisco chose Adelaide because of its strong and visionary leadership, innovation and our ability to embrace smart city technologies, particularly through our AdelaideFree WiFi network.

“Cisco has predicted that the ‘Internet of Everything’ (IoE) will generate an astounding $19 trillion globally over the next decade, including $4.6 trillion from the public sector, which will open the door to new jobs and industries.

“We aim to capitalise on these opportunities to grow a more efficient and sustainable city for all South Australians to enjoy.”

Cisco’s President, Smart+Connected Communities and Deputy Chief Globalization Officer, Dr Anil Menon said the Lighthouse City status for Adelaide will help make it one of the leading global examples of a smart and sustainable city.

“As a Cisco Lighthouse City, Adelaide will be one of the very few cities ready to develop and pilot new urban services and solutions to benefit the customer and citizen experience,” Dr Menon said.

“Adelaide will have access to Cisco’s infrastructure, as well as our network of partners and global ecosystem, and importantly, we will have capacity to bring new strategic business and technology partnerships to the city.”

Adelaide City Council Lord Mayor Martin Haese said the Internet of Things had the potential to not only make the city more efficient, but change the way visitors, workers and residents experience Adelaide.

“Previous collaborations like the free WiFi and council programs like Enterprise Adelaide have underwritten Cisco’s confidence in us and helped open the door to Lighthouse status.

“To show our practical commitment to the MoU and back Cisco’s confidence in us, Adelaide City Council has set aside $250,000 this year for two smart city trials that will focus on parking and lighting.

“Both projects will be about making the city safer, easier to get around and more welcoming for our visitors and residents alike, with the ultimate aim of being able to generate a return on investment for our ratepayers that can be put back into other services.”

Source: News Release, Government of South Australia, 30 January, 2015

http://www.premier.sa.gov.au/images/news_releases/15_01Jan/cisco.pd

 

Adelaide attracts more investment: Hospitality boost hits the City as new hotels check-in

News Release Premier Jay Weatherill

Friday, 28 March 2014

http://www.premier.sa.gov.au/index.php/media-centre/news-archive?limitstart=0

Adelaide attracts more investment: Hospitality boost hits the City as new hotels check-in

The revitalisation of Adelaide’s Riverbank precinct and the return of football to the City is stimulating more private investment, construction and flow-on hospitality jobs.

Three new city hotels with around 600 rooms are set to open this year, catering for the increased number of football fans and other visitors to Adelaide.

Premier Jay Weatherill, releasing the final time-lapse footage of the Adelaide Oval redevelopment, said that it was exciting to see the Government’s investment in infrastructure projects was enticing private developments. “Tomorrow’s Showdown at Adelaide Oval marks a new era for our city and the benefits will flow into the cash registers of city hotels, restaurants and retail outlets,” he said.

“We have laid the foundation by investing in the Riverbank precinct, the SAHMRI, Royal Adelaide Hospital and greater health precinct on North Terrace and the new Adelaide Oval.

“What we are now seeing is more private development leveraging off of this investment, with three new city hotels in the pipeline this year.

“There are currently 33 privately funded developments with a value of nearly $2.5 billion in various stages of case management in the city.

“Our big build, combined with private sector activity has created around 22,000 jobs in the property development industry.

“This is what a vibrant City agenda is about; investing in our city today so that business is excited about what Adelaide has to offer and more young people stay in South Australia.”

The Adelaide Casino is also planning a major $350 million refurbishment and expansion, starting with a $40 million investment over the next year. The hotels, the 170-room Mayfair Hotel and the 120-room Quest apartments both on King William St, the 311 room Ibis on Grenfell St will open later this year.

General Manager of the Mayfair Hotel, Aaron Oh said Adelaide was changing rapidly. “Demand is driving infrastructure and major developments, especially in and around the Riverbank Precinct which will renew reasons for visitors to travel to Adelaide,” he said. “This has reinforced our confidence in the refurbishment of the iconic heritage listed CML building, transforming it to the new boutique five-star Mayfair Hotel.

“The Mayfair Hotel is in the final stages of construction and we’ll be embarking on a recruitment drive very soon to fill the newly created hospitality and administrative jobs within the hotel.”

Quest general manager Andrew Weisz said major projects, including Rundle Mall, the Adelaide Oval redevelopments and the new Royal Adelaide Hospital, were a key factor in the company’s decision to expand its presence in the state.

General manager of Ibis Adelaide, Nathan Frost said his development was designed to fill an important 3.5 star requirement in the Adelaide city accommodation market for both business and leisure travellers. “Such an infrastructure investment will stimulate demand and increase both international and domestic inbound travel to the city, reaping benefits in other business-tourism areas,” he said.

“From a domestic perspective, this new Ibis Adelaide hotel complements the surrounding precinct development, with the upgraded Adelaide Oval and ongoing redevelopment of Adelaide Convention Centre, which will draw more fans and businesses to the city.”

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