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MELBOURNE: 611-681 Elizabeth Street | 4 towers | 47-68m | Residential

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All images courtesy SJB

site planning framework

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MELBOURNE: 611-681 Elizabeth Street | 4 towers | 47-68m | Residential
MELBOURNE: 611-681 Elizabeth Street | 4 towers | 47-68m | Residential

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Mark Baljak's picture
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are these new plans? 4 buildings to 1?

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Adam Ford's picture
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The building on top of the showroom in the first renders appears to be suspended on two poles about a meter wide, so would welcome some more info about the true treatment. The actual showroom space seems to be retained so it looks a bit better than the de rigeur facadism. I think I prefered the first renders though.

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Rohan Storey's picture
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Heritage Vic issued a permit in Aug last year for tower 1, on the Toyota Building, the plans being the curved shny corner design - so thats the one that will be built ? or the pointy one or the one with vertical blades ?? and no maketing or anything yet ....

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Mark Baljak's picture
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MELBOURNE: 611-681 Elizabeth Street | 4 towers | 47-68m | Residential

MELBOURNE: 611-681 Elizabeth Street | 4 towers | 47-68m | Residential

MELBOURNE: 611-681 Elizabeth Street | 4 towers | 47-68m | Residential

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Oh what a feeling, again: Toyota flips Melbourne development site

Toyota Australia has quietly sold its inner-city Melbourne dealership site, with plans for a 1000-apartment project, to busy private developer PDG Corporation.

The off-market deal was struck recently and a purchaser's caveat placed this month, according to property records, as Toyota pushes ahead with an ambitious plan to transform the prominent Elizabeth Street site into a major development.

While that plan is yet to to receive final approval from the state government, it has passed a key hurdle, winning endorsement from the city council this month.

While the massive project moves through the planning system, Toyota has already secured its exit, striking a deal with PDG, led by Vince Giuliano.

Toyota plans to move from its long-standing Elizabeth Street dealership, just outside the CBD, to the Harbour Town section of Docklands – a precinct controlled by Sydney's AsheMorgan – where a new 15,000 square metre showroom will be developed. Lexus is also understood to be part of the move, industry sources said.

Read more: http://www.afr.com/real-estate/oh-what-a-feeling-again-toyota-flips-melb...

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A smart move by Toyota.

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