Melbourne’s Jam Factory to be transformed into £800M mixed-use precinct

The 18,000sqm site is to be transformed from a solely commercial setting to a high-end luxury mixed-use development. The development group includes Newmark Capital, GURNER and Qualitas along with lead architects Bates Smart, Townshend Landscape Architects and Leonard Design Architects. The aspirational plans look to convert the site to a mixed-use precinct, spanning retail and entertainment, office and residential towers, an ultra-luxury hotel and a new public realm. The proposed scheme includes: A new public civic space in the form of a 1,700sqm, two-level plaza and amphitheatre Four luxury residential towers totalling over 400 ultra-luxury residences A 5-star hotel…

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‘Once In A Generation’ Opportunity for Nottingham says London King’s Cross Developer

One of the key players behind the world-renowned London King’s Cross development has marked out Nottingham as a city with a ‘once in a generation opportunity’ as it resets itself post COVID Roger Madelin CBE was CEO with developer Argent and responsible for delivering the 67-acre King’s Cross development. He also worked on Argent’s other developments including Thames Valley Park in Reading, Brindleyplace in Birmingham and Piccadilly in Manchester. With Nottingham City Council poised to improve the now defunct Broad Marsh shopping centre area – 20 acres of prime city centre land, Madelin says…

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