Late Andy Portokallis' half-finished Fitzroy warehouse conversion listed

Late Andy Portokallis' half-finished Fitzroy warehouse conversion listed
Late Andy Portokallis' half-finished Fitzroy warehouse conversion listed

The half-finished, mixed use Fitzroy warehouse conversion belonging to the late Melbourne music identity Andy Portokallis and wife Priscilla Blake has been listed for sale.

The couple paid $2.42 million for the Rose Street building in 2011 before getting approval to construct two additional levels above the existing building.

The listing has $3.5 million expectations through Jellis Craig Fitzroy agents Lee Muddle and Richard Rose.

The warehouse has approved plans for a two level penthouse comprising four bedrooms, three bathrooms and a pool, as well as a two bedroom apartment and office space. 

Portokallis was the co-publican of the iconic Tote in Collingwood.

Portokallis and Blake previously converted the nearby Pfieffer Engineering warehouse into luxury apartments now known as District.

This article first appeared in The Weekend Australia. 

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