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THE CENTRE OF A VIBRANT ESTABLISHED COMMUNITY IN THE HEART OF WERRIBEE
Posted by Development Ready on Apr 03, 2019

THE CENTRE OF A VIBRANT ESTABLISHED COMMUNITY IN THE HEART OF WERRIBEE

Located 38 kilometres west of Melbourne’s CBD, Riverwalk Town Centre offers a unique mixed-use development opportunity within the established Riverwalk community. Featuring both Commercial 1 Zone (C1Z) and General Residential Zone 1 (GRZ1), the site allows for an ideal mix of commercial, retail and medium density residential housing.

Riverwalk Town Centre will be the centre piece of the vibrant established Riverwalk community, bringing together extensive parklands, a growing neighbourhood and highly sought-after retail offering.  

Located in the City of Wyndham, Riverwalk Town Centre is in the heart of Melbourne’s booming western growth corridor.

  • A significant 1.16 hectare* mixed-use site
  • Located in the heart of the established Riverwalk community
  • Commercial 1 Zone (C1Z) and General Residential Zone (GRZ1) 
  • Proposed scheme allows for 53 townhomes and 2,500m2 of retail space
  • Located in the City of Wyndham, Riverwalk Town Centre is in the heart of Melbourne’s booming western growth corridor.

Expressions of Interest closing Wednesday 1st May, 2019 at 5pm (AEST)

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Joseph Catanese
0418 367 514 

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