VICTORIA
Property Showcase: Premium Permit-Approved Development, VIC
Posted by Development Ready on Nov 06, 2019

Ideally situated within the Highpoint Activity Centre, this premium development site boasts both scale and flexibility, providing a unique opportunity to develop a signature project in Melbourne’s thriving inner west.

This exceptional site has a council approved permit for a 10 level mixed use development; consisting of residential apartments complimented by ground and first floor retail/ commercial spaces.

Key features of the site include:

• Designed by the world-renowned architects, Fender Katsalidis

• Extensive parcel of land with 2 street frontages with a land area of 2,119 sqm

• Permit approved – mixed use development containing apartments, office and retail across 10,000 sqm plus of NSA

• Above average apartment sizes

• Ready to develop or value add to existing permit; hotel, build-to-rent, commercial or aged care (STCA)

• Short term holding income providing the ideal flexibility

• On the doorstep of Highpoint Shopping Centre, Australia’s 6th largest shopping centre

• Ideal lifestyle location with retail, cafes, parkland and Maribyrnong river on your doorstep

• Trams, buses, bike paths all on the doorstep

• All this within 8 km of Melbourne CBD

The property is for sale via Expressions of Interest, closing Wednesday the 20th of November at 4:00 pm. For further information or to discuss the opportunity in greater detail, please contact one of the exclusive sales agents directly.

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