Swimmer Michael Klim Turns his Hand to Property Development

Michael KlimANOTHER sportsman is turning his hand to a property development, this time in Brighton.

Swimmer Michael Klim is developing two luxury townhouses in the prestigious pocket of Martin Street, between St Kilda Street and the bay, in the precinct known as the Golden Mile.

JP Dixon selling agent Nick Johnstone expects about $5 million for the one townhouse that is on the market, which is opulently decorated in Balinese style.

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Celebrities Oppose Development of Third School Around Their Streets

CELEBRITIES Kate Ceberano and Gina Riley have opposed the development of a new Jewish School, on the former Regent Lodge site, in Elsternwick.

An application has been received by the Glen Eira Council to develop the 2,989 square metre site at 46 Regent Street into a three-level school, capable of accommodating 325 students.

Kate Ceberano, and Ms Riley’s husband, Rick McKenna told the Herald Sun traffic caused by the added school would cause chaos around the small suburban street.

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Canterbury Mansion of Anthony Podesta Fails to Sell After Expression of Interest Campaign

Any chance of a new price record being set in the leafy eastern suburb of Canterbury looks unlikely to occur anytime soon, after the Monomeath Avenue mansion of business identity Anthony Podesta failed to sell after an expression of interest campaign.

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