Kew’s Sholom Lodge Likely to be Melbourne’s Next Historic Home to be Demolished

The Sholom Lodge site has two street frontages, to Willsmere Road and Eglinton Street, both already reasonably busy streets in the suburb.

The Avenue Property Group’s Alice Lee is marketing the 1350 square metre development site for private sale at $2.98 million.

Elsewhere in the immediate area, Amcor is selling its prominent Fibre Packaging plant on the banks of the Yarra River, in Alphington. That site is expected to make way for a mixed use village of apartments, offices and shops.

The State government has also recently engaged consultants to oversee what could be the major redevelopment of VicRoads headquarters, in Denmark Street, near the Kew Junction.

In Canterbury’s “Golden Mile”, developer AXF Development is offloading a 2330 square metre block of land, after demolishing the 1930s art deco home that once stood there.

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Marc Pallisco

A former property analyst and journalist, Marc is the publisher of realestatesource.com.au.

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