Gurner sells $35 million in Spanish Club sellout

Gurner sells $35 million in Spanish Club sellout
Gurner sells $35 million in Spanish Club sellout

Property developer Tim Gurner reportedly secured a sellout at his recent Spanish Club Residences launch in Fitzroy.

The 32 Johnston Street apartments were priced from $525,000 to $2.65 million.

The three hour sales spree grossed $35 million in sales for the apartments above the Spanish Club.

The Gurner development of The Spanish Club in Fitzroy was approved by VCAT as a result of Supreme Court win earlier last year.

The sellout came three years after the project was first submitted for approval.

The 787sqm site will include a new Spanish bar and restaurant and clubhouse facilities for The Spanish Club at ground level.

The project was designed by Warren and Mahony to incorporate Spanish-inspired interiors.

The club was originally called The Spanish Roman Catholic Mission, before later being renamed ‘Hogar Español’ meaning Spanish home.

The club quickly grew to become a home away from home for hundreds of Spanish immigrants settling in Australia in the late 50s and early 60s, and over the years it evolved to offer extensive social and education opportunities for the Spanish and wider community.

 

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