First look at plans for SA’s new emergency services headquarters
The state’s new emergency services headquarters at Keswick will cost $43 million to develop,
featuring a four-storey office complex, six-level carpark and storage for the CFS’s heavy
tankers and bulk water carrier.
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SIXTY2CURRIE - Work Club in Adelaide will be one to watch
Søren was in town to do the initial round of publicity for his stake in a 25-storey, $180 million property development on the site of the old Avant Garde Furnishings shop on Currie Street. Søren’s business Work Club will take out two of the 25 storeys and act as the development’s agile co-working space...
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Premium co-working club joins $180m tower
Global co-working network Work Club has agreed to take two floors in the $180 million hotel and office development SIXTY2CURRIE, Adelaide. The club, founded by Danish entrepreneur Soren Trampedach, offers "premium boutique" accommodation to a diverse range of end users.