Apartments Released at $440 Million Wyndham Harbour Project in Melbourne’s Outer West

Wyndham HarbourHIGH density development is making its way to Melbourne’s outer western suburbs.

The developer of the $440 million Wyndham Harbour project in Werribee South has released the project’s first apartments to the market, two months after releasing its first staged land subdivision, which has sold out.

Long term wet berths of between 10 and 30 metres have also been released for sale at the development, about 30 kilometres west of town.

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New 11-Storey and Eight-Storey Apartment Earmarked For Outgoing Dimmeys Richmond Site

Dimmeys RichmondPLANS to redevelop Richmond’s outgoing Dimmeys store into two apartment buildings, rising eight and 11 stories, have been critised by locals.

The new proposal, which replaces one last year whereby just a nine level building would be developed on the site, has been lodged by Richmond Icon, a development company associated with Melbourne’s wealthy Liberman family.

Richmond Icon paid Dimmeys $16 million for the outgoing site in 2008.

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Major Harbour Planned For Melbourne’s Werribee South

Port Phillip BayONE of Port Phillip Bay’s largest and last undeveloped sites will be transformed into a major entertainment, commercial and residential village built around a major new harbour, two beaches and a 1000 berth marina – one of the biggest in Victoria.
 
The state government, Wyndham City Council and the owner of Werribee South land around the proposed marina – interests associated with Melbourne’s wealthy Liberman family – are expected to unveil plans and images of Wyndham Harbour next week, according to sources.
 
The proposal – worth about $440 million – is said to include a hotel, retail and restaurant precinct, yacht club, apartments and detached housing. 

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Phil Green, Liberman, to Offload $30 Million Portfolio of Melbourne Service Stations

A SYNDICATE of businessmen including controversial former Babcock & Brown chief Phil Green, and wealthy Melbourne businessman Boris Liberman, have quietly listed for sale a $30 million portfolio of petrol stations. The ten sites, many of which are expected to eventually make way for office or apartment projects are spread throughout Melbourne and Geelong, and leased

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