Revised Plans for Darwin’s Former Commonwealth Bank Office Site

REVISED concept plans have been released for a luxury mixed use development, within the wals of the former Commonwealth Bank building in Darwin’s CBD.

Sydney-based Tanner Architects has been appointed to design the new tower, which is being developed by the Commonwealth Hotel and Residences development, and Fannie Bay Investments Philip Grice.

The development, which was first proposed in 2007 according to the Northern Territory News, will rise 21 levels, and contain seven levels of offices, two levels with 24 hotel suites, and 10 levels with 44 “own your own” apartments.

To be developed on the corner of Smith and Bennett streets, near Darwin’s state square precinct, the project is being considered by the council and Development Consent Authority.

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Marc Pallisco

A former property analyst and journalist, Marc is the publisher of realestatesource.com.au.

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