Mixed use and apartment development slated for Doncaster

Mixed use and apartment development slated for Doncaster
Mixed use and apartment development slated for Doncaster

A 3,231sqm site in Melbourne's Doncaster is on the market with an existing permit for a 174-apartment mixed use construction.

The potential development, 600 Doncaster Road Doncaster, has an existing planning permit for a 12 storey mixed-use development as well as 174 apartments and a ground floor commercial space of 710sqm with 229 car parks. It has been designed by BKK Architects and is not he market through Colliers International’s Hamish Burgess, Peter Bremner and Trent Hobart, in conjunction with Robert Kelly and David Minton of Gorman Kelly.

The development has been designed with a ‘green tree’ theme which extends vertically along a central building.

Hamish Burgess said it is a gateway site opposite Westfield Doncaster, offering a spectacular CBD outlook and equally fantastic surrounding amenity.

“The Doncaster Activity Centre Precinct, or ‘Doncaster Hill’ as it is known, is highly regarded as a residential locality with a number of medium and high density projects having been completed successfully over the past two to three years," he said.

 “Significant local amenity, which is dominated by the super-regional Westfield Doncaster shopping and entertainment complex, as well as spectacular views to the Melbourne CBD and surrounding suburbs, are unique factors which have contributed to the ongoing demand for quality apartment accommodation in the precinct.

“The demand in the area has been staggering. Growth in the median house price of 26 percent in the past 12 months to $1,260,000 has underpinned the demand for apartments in the area, spurring developers to compete strongly for residential development sites.”

The site also includes a single level office complex comprising four suites and onsite parking.

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