Adelaide’s first micro-hotel has planning approval by developer Hines Property on a skinny lot on North Terrace, designed by Woods Bagot. The global trend of micro-hotels promotes high quality yet small rooms designed for short-stay visitors and tourists on a budget, trading space for cost savings.

On the other end of the spectrum, Hyatt returns to Adelaide after a 15 year hiatus, with a new luxury 295 room hotel planned on Pirie Street, due to commence early 2020.

These are just some of the new developments contributing to a significantly changing cityscape, as Adelaide firmly shakes off it’s “bigger version of a country town“ perception.

It’s not just the Adelaide CBD set for transformation. Whether heading North, East, South or West, significant investment is being made in our cultural, tourism and infrastructure offering.

The 2019-20 state budget includes an $11.9 billion pipeline of projects over the next four years for Adelaide and surrounding regions.

Adelaide remains the most affordable capital city in AUS, and with other significant investment in health ($1.5 billion), education ($1.4 billion), and technology sectors, the future is looking bright.

We are very proud to contribute to the significant infrastructure underpinning the growth and prosperity of our great state.