VICTORIA
Premium Permit Approved Mixed Use Development
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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