South Yarra’s Best Located Eyesore to be Replaced with $100 Million Tower

Proposed new towerOutgoing 227 Toorak Road, South Yarra siteSOUTH Yarra’s best located eyesore may be demolished and replaced with a chic $100 million apartment tower – designed by the same architect that penned Melbourne’s distinctive Rectangular Stadium.
 
Little Project Developments has lodged a development application with the Stonnington City Council to build a 24-level, 350-unit apartment complex on the site of an ANZ data centre at 227 – 233 Toorak Road, near the busy Chapel Street intersection.
 
LPD paid ANZ about $33 million for the office in 2007, and was expected to incorporate the 1970s brick building into a new 32-level residential development, possibly adding a second tower to vacant land at the rear of the site.

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Prominent Site Opposite Victoria Gardens, Richmond, to be Developed at Last

SALTA Properties is looking to develop one of the several properties it owns around the busy corner of Victoria and Burnley streets, at the suburb border of Richmond and Abbotsford.
 
The Yarra City Council has granted Salta approval to build a $100 million apartment and townhouse project between 10 – 30 Burnley Street Richmond, and opposite the Burnley Street entrance of the Victoria Gardens Shopping Centre, which Salta owns with Centro Properties Group.
 
The aplacetolive.com.au development will include 355 apartments across a suite of individual buildings with distinct identities: Jade at 10 Burnley Street, Ruby at 20 Burnley Street, Ivory at 28 Burnley Street and Sienna at 30 Burnley Street. 

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VCAT to Decide on Fate of Oakleigh Motel

Oakleigh Motel
THE VICTORIAN Civil and Administrative Tribunal has heard submissions, and is expected to make an announcement within weeks about a controversial apartment and townhouse development behind Victoria’s oldest motel.
 
The 53-year old Oakleigh Motel – an American Googie styled guest house built on what was then the outskirts of Melbourne, will be retained as part of the proposed redevelopment. But buildings and land around the distinctive 1650 Dandenong Road property will be redeveloped into 54 dwellings, if the developer gets its way.

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Former Vision Australia Site, Prahran to be Redeveloped into $68 Million Village

THE Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal has given the green light to redevelop Vision Australia’s rundown former Prahran office, into a 330-unit apartment village.
 
The 201 – 209 High Street site, which also has access to Clifton Street and Anchor Place, will make way for a $68 million multi-tower complex with shops and offices. A Stonnington City Council spokeswoman said the tallest building in the development will rise 12 levels.

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$750 Million Caulfield Village Plans Advancing

Caulfield VillageCONSTRUCTION of a $750 million village including office towers, apartment buildings and a shopping centre on the grounds of the Caulfield Racecourse is expected to start within 12 months.
 
Melbourne Racing Club has submitted its final assessments and reports to the Department of Planning and Community Development, which is reviewing a planning scheme amendment affecting five hectares of land at the northern-most tip of the race course site, between Caulfield train station, Heywood Street and around Members Drive.
 
MRC’s plans for the “Caulfield Village” project include two commercial buildings of 12 and 15 levels and comprising about 20,000 square metres of office space.

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