Ex-Collingwood footballer lists “one of the Mornington Peninsula’s finest holdings” for $5.5m+

Former Collingwood ruckman turned property developer Vaughan Ellis, with his wife, Sue (pictured), are selling their hilltop Red Hill estate, Maison de la Mer, which they built “sparing no expense” 10 years ago. Described as one of the Mornington Peninsula’s finest holdings, the six acre property at 60 Sheehans Road is expected to sell for

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Circus Oz to Quit Port Melbourne For Collingwood in Spring, 2014

IT WILL be the end of an era in Port Melbourne next spring, when Circus Oz plans to cross town.

The unique business, one of only four in Australia supported as an ‘international company’ by both the state and federal governments – will relocate to a Skills Victoria owned site at 35 Johnston Street in the inner north-east suburb of Collingwood.

The circus’s outgoing Port Melbourne headquarters at 40 Bay Street is on crown land but may be sold down the track, as it fills a major gap separating the popular retail strip, from the beach.

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17-Level Apartment Tower Mooted Near Collingwood’s Victoria Park Stadium

SOON, Melbourne’s eyesore commission flat towers might not be the tallest buildings within their suburbs.

Far from being daunted by new planning minister Matthew Guy shredding of the Brumby government’s problematic Melbourne 2030 planning policy (which he argued in Opposition treated metropolitan Melbourne like one giant development zone), residential developers are still proposing big, bold buildings. This is despite Melbourne planning being a relative state of limbo until a new planning strategy is formulated.

This time, in Magpie land and near the Victoria Park stadium (pictured) and train station, a proposal has been lodged to build a 204-unit residential village with ground floor shops and a 17-level tower.

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VACCHO Pays $4.45 Million For Collingwood Office

THE Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation Inc has paid $4.45 million for an office in Collingwood, in Melbourne’s inner north-east. VACCHO will owner occupy the building at 17 – 23 Sackville Street. The private sale was negotiated by Teska Carson. The vendor was Rainbow Display Systems.

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Silver Top Taxis’ Sets up in Mulgrave After Fire Engulfs Collingwood Headquarters

TECHNICIANS, fit-out specialists and suburban leasing agents were burning the midnight-oil in Mulgrave, in the hours following a disastrous fire that almost gutted Silver Top Taxis’ Collingwood headquarters on Tuesday.
 
Within eight hours of the fire which destroyed Silver Top’s inner-city office and call centre, management was signing a six month lease for a 776 square metre building at Miles Street, an office and call centre until recently occupied by National Hearing.

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Pace proposes office on Blackburn’s ex-Lexus, Leader and cordial maker Cottee’s site

Pace Development Group intends to build a high-end office on part of an east Melbourne site once controlled by Lexus of Blackburn and well before that, cordial maker Cottee’s General Foods. At 160 Whitehorse Road, Blackburn, the proposed six-level complex will contain 8,318 square metres of area. The average office floor-plate will be 1200 sqm

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Investor pays Cabrini Hospital $3.32m for Glen Iris block of flats

Cabrini Hospital has sold a 1970s block of flats listed in the week Australia’s social distancing measures were introduced. The double storey complex in Melbourne’s exclusive Glen Iris traded for $3.32 million following an auction-converted-expressions of interest campaign. Aston Commercial’s Liam Rafferty said 10 written offers came in for 147 Tooronga Road – the agent

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Pace Development Group sells strata retail investment in Abbotsford’s St Crispin House

Pace Development Group has sold a strata retail investment on the ground floor of its recently completed St Crispin apartment complex in Abbotsford. The 250 square metre space, 249 Johnston Street, traded for $2.11 million to a South Australian. Leased to bottle shop Blackhearts and Sparrows for 10 years with fixed annual rises, the result

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