Victor Smorgon Group, Robert Dicintio’s Trenerry Property Group and the Kanat family have listed a recently completed serviced apartment complex,Read more
Melbourne Archdiocese Catholic Schools has swooped on a West Melbourne office abutting a Simonds Catholic College campus. The three storeyRead more
Krost Furniture has paid $9.25 million for a high-profile West Melbourne showroom. In town, the office products supplier is presentlyRead more
Former VicUrban development director, Michael King and Joe Cairns, via their 888 Property Group, have sold a 15.92 hectare TruganinaRead more
Lendlease managed Australian Prime Property Fund has sold Caroline Springs’ CS Square – three years after extending its lettable areaRead more
Lifestyle Communities is spending a speculated $15 million on an over-55s village site at Aintree, a near-new west Melbourne suburb.Read more
EXCLUSIVE Haileybury has paid $7.125 million for the West Melbourne warehouse-converted-office once the headquarters of Mushroom Music then Reebok Australia,Read more
Hillsong is paying $23.4 million for West Melbourne’s Festival Hall. The Pentecostal church began negotiations in April after concluding asRead more
V/Line has signed another industrial lease deal in Melbourne’s west, this time in Ravenhall. The 2500 square metre facility withRead more
EXCLUSIVE Netball Victoria has sold its West Melbourne headquarters ahead of a move to Parkville’s State Netball and Hockey CentreRead more
A small development site on a busy West Melbourne corner a block from Flagstaff Gardens has sold for $2.7 million.Read more
One of three West Melbourne properties until recently earmarked to form part of a mixed-use office and hotel complex hasRead more
A trio of Melbourne businessman have shelved plans to build a hotel at the Melbourne CBD’s north west tip followingRead more
A West Melbourne office has sold for $7.6 million following a marketing campaign promoting the development upside of the landRead more
EXCLUSIVE Menzies Institute of Technology is selling the West Melbourne property which until 2015 accommodated the Carron Tavern. The educator,Read more
The Heritage Council of Victoria has deemed West Melbourne’s Festival Hall as worthy of permanent heritage protection. Following a hearingRead more
Oliver Hume is flipping a historic West Melbourne warehouse permit-ready for a residential conversion. The fund and real estate servicesRead more
An inner-city Melbourne office designed by the late and bold architect Ermin Smrekar, is understood to be selling for aRead more
A WEST Melbourne office building near the north-west tip of the CBD sold to Singaporean developers this week for $41.5Read more
IN THE week the Melbourne City Council legislated for higher-density development in the inner north-western suburbs, it can also be revealed Planning Minister Matthew Guy is reviewing plans to replace two historic West Melbourne factories with two landmark apartment buildings – the tallest soaring 44 levels.
The sites, at 371 – 379 Spencer Street and 83 – 113 Batman Street, will be combined to create a new village with a gross floor area of some 85,000 square metres – about the same size as the Rialto.
Proposed by local investment house Bennelong Group, two towers – one rising 39 levels, and another, 29, will be developed atop a five level podium which will include 548 car park bays and 223 bike spaces.Read more
The new owners of the Nightingale Electrics store at 420 Spencer Street have applied for a bigger denser building. TheRead more
THE inner-city’s next major hotel looks likely to be developed at a West Melbourne site near the suburb border of the CBD, and Docklands.
Businessman and philanthropist Les Erdi is believed to have paid about $8 million for a 1526 square metre development site at 33 – 43 Batman Street.
The site currently includes a single-level factory known as the WD O’Donnell building, and was put to the market in March with a permit for a 14-level, 136 unit complex.Read more
ANOTHER historic factory on the CBD fringe is set to make way for an apartment tower, after being listed for sale with a permit.
The W D O’Donnell building at 33 – 43 Batman Street, in West Melbourne, near the Flagstaff Gardens, is for sale with a VCAT-approved permit for a 14-storey tower, with 135 units.
CVA Commercial director Anthony Carbone expects about $8 million for the site, which is being offloaded by Joe Salvo, the brother of Delta-Europcar founder turned property developer Mario.Read more
The Metropolitan Fire and Emergency Services Board is believed to have paid more than $12 million for a huge 4,542 square metre inner city development site.Read more
A small development site in the burgeoning inner-city suburb of West Melbourne has sold to a local private developer for $3.5 million.Read more
The Zagame Automotive Group has outbid developers for a prominent city-fringe development site, paying $14 million for a West Melbourne property it plans to use as a large luxury car showroom.Read more
Silk Contracts Logistics has rented a second west Melbourne warehouse from Frasers Property Industrial. The 12,726 square metre facility, underRead more
LaSalle Investment Management has secured the state government to a Docklands office. The West Gate Tunnel Authority has leased aRead more
Stockland is paying $82 million for a low density housing site in Melbourne’s west Tarneit. The c85 hectare block atRead more
A local developer is paying $7.5 million for a Melton West farm abutting Melbourne’s Urban Growth Boundary. The 13 hectareRead more