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The commercial precinct at Kings Square will be complemented by two 50-storey apartment buildings. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Kings Square apartments to 50 storeys

The residential component of the Kings Square precinct is to take shape in coming months, with Seven Group Holdings appointing architecture firm Woods Bagot to design two 50-storey apartment towers for the high-profile redevelopment project.

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Scarborough
This is fantastic news! I'm all for world-class high rise architecture in the city!! This decade really is panning out to be the most significant in our history to date given all the development that is happening. We are shaping a wonderful Perth for future generations. However i honestly think that to create some variance from the other towers in the city, developers should consider going taller...say 60+ storeys. I applaude the State Liberal government, the City of Perth and developers! Bring it on! :-)

Ellenbrook
60 storeys will never happen in this city until the 300 mtr cap is removed by CASA . Not very likely.

Perth
The 300m limit set by CASA goes not apply to the entire CBD, I have heard. There are some parts without a set limit, and PCC and State Planning Committee would certainly look at a 300m plus proposal favourably. Actually, given commercial air traffic does not even come close to the CBD, let overfly it, I don't see why it is even an issue. Perth is well overdue a 300m plus tower.

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