Daniel and Robertson brickworks in Nunawading listed for sale

The former Daniel and Robertson brickworks site in Melbourne's eastern suburb of NUNAWADING has been listed for sale.

The prominent infill site, at 56-74 Station Street, is expected to attract strong interest from developers because of its residential redevelopment potential.

CBRE and Knight Frank are jointly marketing the property on behalf of the Robertson family through a public expression of interest campaign.

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CBRE’s Paul Tzamalis said the site had been "earmarked for an imminent rezone to support residential development as part of Whitehorse City Council’s Mega Mile structure plan.”

He also said the 4.9 hectare property had a history spanning more than 150 years and would continue to play a pivotal role in the area.

“The brickworks site has been the cornerstone of NUNAWADING since the late 1800s, giving rise to jobs and infrastructure for the area,” he added.

NUNAWADING's Mega Mile was identified as a Major Activity Centre under the state government’s Melbourne 2030 strategy – an initiative which aims to guide the future growth of the area over the next 15 years.

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