News & Discussion: Low/Mid-Rise CBD Development

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Forme has usually been patient enough to snap up adjacent lots; curious they've not waited till they'd acquired a decent land parcel to proceed with something here.
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Not sure if its been mentioned elsewhere but it looks like 381 King William Street has a temp. fence around it. Its been empty since about 2019 so I would be interested to see what is going to happen.
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baytram366 wrote:
Thu Jan 28, 2021 1:34 pm
Not sure if its been mentioned elsewhere but it looks like 381 King William Street has a temp. fence around it. Its been empty since about 2019 so I would be interested to see what is going to happen.
I walked past this yesterday. I can confirm it’s facade is still standing but the rest of the building has been demolished.
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The rumour is the West End Brewery site at Thebarton is the Crows/Olsens secret second location for their training/admin facilities (vs Thebarton Oval).
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