VICTORIA
Property Showcase: Kings Park By Knight Frank, VIC
Posted by Development Ready on Aug 30, 2018

Knight Frank is proud to present for sale "Kings Park" South Melbourne.

This ideal development opportunity is comprised of plans and permits for 44 large apartments and 6 exceptional townhouses. With a prime corner location offering extensive exposure and premium amenity, an astute developer will see the upside in the site.

The Church on the site, houses a childcare facility to provide some great holding income with potential to significantly increase the current rent. The plans have incorporated the townhouse scheme into the Church providing a magnificent mixture of the old and new to create a premium product.

For sale via expressions of interest closing Thursday, 20 September at 3pm AEST.

To inspect the property or for further details, CLICK HERE

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