Planning Minister Justin Madden to Unveil Last Stage of Becton’s Jolimont Rail Yard Development

Interiors in the residential tower were designed by Claudio Silvestrin, whose other projects include the Tate Gallery in London, Prada’s headquarters in Rome and Calvin Klein and Armani stores throughout Europe.
 
A Becton spokeswoman said most of the building’s residents have already moved into the tower.
 
A new six level office building, also developed by Becton on the Joliment rail yard site, was listed for sale in July and is expected to sell for about $30 million.

Marc Pallisco

A freelance property writer and analyst, Marc is a co-founder of realestatesource.com.au.

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