Adelaide: Central Market precinct

The built environment of nineteenth century Adelaide is slowly disappearing, as it is being replaced by new high rise apartments and office towers that take the form of urban regeneration or renewal. A specific urban history is slowly being lost to a corporate designed development within the city’s plan of straight lines, square corners and grid like streets.

The old 19th century buildings may well be preserved and renovated by the growth of Chinatown, which is largely due to the influx of overseas students and the transformation of Gouger Street into a lively strip of restaurants and cafes.

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