Such a city-defining building that exhibits individuality and unique design aspects would be expected to instil those characteristics into the built form - and bohem doesn't disappoint.
Construction continues to progress on Adelaide's newest apartment building, bohem, with the building now starting to take shape. Recent construction progress includes the completion of pouring of the slabs including precasts up to Level 4.
Construction work on Adelaide's newest apartment building, bohem, is progressing on schedule with the completion of pouring of the slab for Levels 1 and 2.
The combination of location, strong architectural design and off-the-plan buying concessions was enough to convince globe-trotting professional Justine to put down further roots in Adelaide with a Bohem apartment. Justine's recent decision to buy a Bohem apartment is the second time she's bought a property in the city, and both her purchases have been on the south-west side of town. We meet her in the precinct's Cantina Sociale - a wine bar that has become a favourite haunt for Justine - and she tells us Bohem's location nearby was a key part of her choice to invest there.
Adelaide's newest apartment building, bohem, is progressing rapidly after the installation of the main crane onsite. The three stage process of the ground floor slab pour is now completed. The next step is to construct the lift core, and then commence on the building structure.
This article is originally written by Ben McPherson and images by Farrin Foster. Adelaide's CBD is going through growing pains as our population densifies and apartments become the new normal. Original article from CityMag InDaily written by Ben McPherson on 27 January 2016. Click here to view the full article.
The construction contract has been awarded to Maxcon, who Starfish Developments has worked with previously including on Vue on King William, which has run to schedule.
Construction has started on bohem, Starfish Developments new $110 million CBD apartment project, just seven months after it first went onto the market. There has been strong demand for the project which is now over 60% sold, with a third of buyers aged below 30.
This is Radelaide has created a guide to Adelaide's Laneways. With many of these situated with in walking distance of bohem, we thought we would share their guide with you.
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The bohem Sales Centre is now open on the corner of Wright and Morphett Street, which will be home to the new apartment building. The location of the Sales Centre gives you a great feel for the city living atmosphere that will be offered by bohem.
In a sign of the strength of the market, buyers snapped up almost a third of the 220 apartments in the $110m Bohem development on Whitmore Square when it went on sale last Saturday.
A $1 MILLION program to encourage more tree planting, green walls and rooftop gardens in the CBD is being considered by Adelaide City Council. The Greener Streets program would have to be approved in the upcoming council budget - but staff have recommended its consideration and the project could begin next financial year.
Cafe Troppo is constructed in part with recycled materials. It's all part of their sustainable, locally-produced ethos that extends through their building to their eggs and toast. Located at 42 Whitmore Square, Cafe Troppo will be just one of your favourite local cafes.
According to the latest Core Logic RP Data home value index results, Adelaide units are out-performing detached houses for capital growth. Adelaide units have experienced a year-on-year capital growth of 4.5 per cent, up on houses which increased by 2.9 per cent.
More than 3000 exotic and native plants will be used to create hanging gardens in a new residential apartment development in Adelaide's West End. The $105-million residential development will transform a corner site overlooking Whitmore Sqaure, into a residential apartment building with the podium level balconies featuring lush, hanging gardens.
bohem - a name that reflects the bohemian style of the West End in which it is located - will transform the unsightly and largely derelict prime Wright and Morphett street corner site into an apartment building that will feature a 22 metre vertical garden to surround its entrance.
MORE than 200 apartments will tower over Whitmore Square under new plans approved by the State Government's Development Assessment Commission. Known as Bohem, the tower will scale 17 storeys and 73 metres, and comprises 220 one, two and three-bedroom apartments and penthouses.
JUST over a year ago, the Government said â€œhells yeah, let's open some small bars!â€ And for a city yearning for an alternative, it went down as smoothly as an Espresso Martini. This article from The City's Monique Bowley and Sophie Perri takes a look at seven of Adelaide's best new small bars.
Previously a vintage store, there's nothing old hat about what now occupies 19 Peel St in the city perhaps aside from 1920s-inspired lantern hangings. Having spent most of the year being stripped back, hammered and re-fitted, recently the city space reopened as the West End's latest hip and high-end drinking den - a place called Clever Little Tailor.