Visions & Never Built's

Visions & "Never Built"

Demolition of Queen Victoria Building (1958) - Popular entry.
Southern Sydney Transport Vision (1962)
Tom Ugly's Bridge Double Decker Vision (1962) - Why have a second bridge built when you could build over the top of the existing road deck?
Hurstville Supercentre (1965) - The shopping centre was built, but the extra shops and office block never eventuated.
Garden City Shopping Centre North Ryde (Never Built) - 1969 - Popular entry
Harry Seidler's International Trade City, Milsons Point (1969)
Martin Place Highrise development scheme (1969)
UTS Three Tower Scheme (1969)
Redevelopment of Manly Wharf scheme (1969)
Redevelopment of Birkenhead Point (1970) - Recommended by the Author.
North Sydney Civic Centre Scheme (1970) 
Westfield Vision for William Street (1970)
Transport Oriented Development at Cronulla (1971)
Wynyard Pedestrian Network (1971)
Double Decker Walkways for Wynyard (1972)
Sydney skyline in 1975 (1972) - The Daily Telegraph created an artists impression of the Sydney skyline just three years into the future as the 1970's building boom reached its peak.
Sydney Harbour Development (1973) - Featured plans for a marina at Balmoral and improving access to North and South Head.
Westfield Hurstville Expansion Scheme (1986)
Donald Trump & his Sydney casino plans (1986) - We bought this up before The Australian did.
Concord Oval Scheme (1987) - There was a plan to build a 39 000 seat stadium at Concord Oval.
CBD-1 (1987) - This was the tallest ever building proposed for Sydney. Never built
400 George Street (1987) - Early proposal.
Pyrmont Peninsula Vision (1989)
Kurnell Tourism Project (1989)
Circular Quay Coke Sign (1990)
Highrise Apartment scheme for Mick Moylan's site at Sans Souci (1990)
Redevelopment of East Darling Harbour (1992) - The earliest vision for what is now Barangaroo.
Early concept for Star City/The Star (1993)
NSW Premier's (John Fahey) vision for Circular Quay (1994)
Westpac Place site (1999) - The block bounded by Kent, Erskine, Napoleon and Sussex Street's was originally proposed as a three tower residential development.

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