Prahran & Windsor project's home on UrbanMelbourne
110 greville st
Looking forward to Emporia....as long as the developers haven't tricked as re:Trilogy
I'm just glad the nightclub that was there has disappeared. Sunday mornings were not pleasant going past that dive.
Sunday mornings were never pleasant inside the actual club I can tell you.....
trilogi - not going to plan
Trilogi is a bit... ummm....??? No comment
Observe. Design. Build. Live.
Huxtaburger to Trilogi
90sqm shop @ $90000pa rent - start flipping those burgers
linx essentially completed. i guess use of colour like this is an acquired taste
227-229 High Street, Prahran recently approved, near trilogi
figurehead/city circle will start on station hotel apartment development shortly
emporia - kane replaces walton as the builder
31-41 Wilsin Street logded with Stonnington, Salta Properties with Rothe lowman as architects
Eclipse Prahran back to market, decent view
trilogi final result
Biggest disappointment of 2013
^^ I know many don't like it, but its not that bad. As per render? No, but not a disaster.
I am not quite sure I get that glassed section though on the corner in pic 5. Whats it meant to be for? Its tiny.
Developer on the pace in city's inner south
Mid-tier property player Pace Development Group is carving a niche in Melbourne's inner south, adding another Punt Road site to its projects in St Kilda and Windsor.
PDG's Shane Wilkinson said the group had bought the former Metcast Foundries building at 40-48 Punt Road, near St Kilda junction.
The purchase comes soon after another deal involving the group in which the headquarters of the Australian Institute of Management at 181 Fitzroy Street, St Kilda, changed hands in September for $17,150,000.
PDG's plans for the Metcast site are yet to be finalised, but it also owns the adjoining building. PDG intends to knock down the single-level buildings on both sites.
The Fruit Supplies at 60-64 Punt Road will be the first to go, with demolition in January and construction starting in mid-2015, Mr Wilkinson said.
Read more: http://www.theage.com.au/business/property/developer-on-the-pace-in-city...
^^ Lol at the billboard (bottom right):
SKYSCRAPER STAN and the COMMISSION FLATS
I collect, therefore I am.
Henry Windsor Apartments
Emporia kicking on
Anybody know if they plan to have any decent retail in the base of Emporia. Gonna completely change the streetscape there...for the better.
cranes of emporia & the clifton visible
City of Stonnington aims to create more open space
January 20, 2014
The City of Stonnington is flush with nightclubs, shops and socialites. What it doesn't have a lot of, is parks. And so it has set out to acquire some.
Council has launched a $200,000 feasibility study and is test drilling this week to explore turning Cato Street car park in Prahran into a park.
But parking officers shouldn't weep just yet or greenies rejoice - the council plans to move the car park under the park, which could increase the number of parking spaces from the current 400.
Mayor Adrian Stubbs said the car park may have to be at least two levels deep to make it viable.
The cost would be ''millions'' but council will wait until the feasibility study's report comes out in May. Council could finance it or seek private, federal, or, in an election year, state government funding.
Cr Stubbs would like an underground car park to offer shoppers the first two hours free, and sees the park as a village square, flanked by cafes and shops as well as the current supermarkets.
He said it would be a boon to locals. ''It gives residents a place to congregate, socialise. You'd see mums walking with their prams, it's a place to engage in sporting activity, it's a place just to sit and think. Would you rather have asphalt, or trees and grass? I'd rather have trees and grass.''
The move came from concerns that of Stonnington's 26 square kilometres of land, only 6.7 per cent is public open space. It is the second-lowest ratio after Glen Eira at 4.5 per cent, and compares to an average 17.9 per cent in metropolitan Melbourne.
Read more: http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/city-of-stonnington-aims-to-create-mor...
Being a local, I totally support this idea.