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Four 40-Level Apartment Towers Planned For Former Lonsdale Street Power Station, Melbourne

Far East paid $45 million for the power station site last December. It is across the road from a slice of the former Age headquarters, which was recently acquired by Central Equity and will make way for about 840 apartments. Industry Superannuation Property Trust and Axiom retain the balance of the Age site.

The power station site was sold by Russian investment company Soldis Capital, which paid $7.6 million for it in May 2006, before embarking on a massive demolition and remediation reported by the AFR yesterday to be about $17 million.

Under the ownership of Soldis, the site was earmarked to become the office headquarters of Victoria Police, and Telstra – but a pre-commitment never got off the ground.

The City of Melbourne and EPA said in a September 2007 statement that removal of hazardous materials from the site had been removed.

About Marc Pallisco

Marc is a leading Real Estate freelance writer, author and analyst. He is also the founder for Realestatesource.com.au and is also employed as lead property writer for The Age. He currently resides in Melbourne, Victoria.

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