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Prominent Fitzroy Site Set to Become Major Mixed Use Village, Melbourne

Retail is expected to form the lower levels of any redevelopment, which is also expected to include a high-rise, high density apartment component.

Selling agent Larry Takis of Teska Carson confirmed the sale but not buyer or price when contacted by Capital Gain. He denied mid-tier developers are avoiding the local real estate market – pointing to an $8 million sale he negotiated conjunctionally at 203 Burnley Street, Richmond, in April.

Despite its proximity abutting the north-eastern tip of the CBD, and having dominant public housing towers of some 20 levels, developers in Fitzroy have been reluctant to pitch what would be major apartment towers.

Elsewhere in Melbourne 20-level apartment buildings are earmarked for Moonee Ponds, about eight kilometres north-east of the CBD. A 38-level tower is earmarked for South Yarra, four kilometres from town. In Footscray and Box Hill permits for towers of more than 30 levels have recently been applied for.

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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