ABC’s last remaining landholding in Elsternwick VIC listed

The sale will undoubtedly attract international attention by virtue of it being the most significant inner-Melbourne site to be offered to the market in 2021

ABC’s last remaining landholding in Elsternwick VIC listed
ABC’s last remaining landholding in Elsternwick VIC listed

The Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s last remaining landholding in Elsternwick is soon to hit the market, in what is expected to be a hotly contested sale process for the prime landholding.

The property, 8 Gordon Street, occupies a large 11,740sqm (3 acre) site zoned for Residential Growth with height potential of up to 8 levels on some parts of the property and is being offered for sale with vacant possession. The property will be sold by Public Tender, expected to close in early June.

Savills Australia’s Clinton Baxter, Nick Peden and Jesse Radisich have been appointed to market the property, saying they expected strong interest from a complete cross section of the market covering “the full range of developers”, from the residential, commercial, build-to-rent, social infrastructure, education, aged-care and healthcare sectors.

“This sale will undoubtedly attract international attention by virtue of it being the most significant inner-Melbourne site to be offered to the market in 2021,” Mr Baxter said,

“There simply isn’t another site of such magnitude and offering a unique array of amenity and positive attributes within the inner suburbs of Melbourne."

The offering follows Savills’ sale of the ABC’s nearby Selwyn Street property to Woolworths for almost $50 million in 2017.

The site adjoins the magnificent heritage-protected Rippon Lea Estate and is just a short walk from Elsternwick railway station and the vibrant Glen Huntly Road retail strip.

Jordan Fidler

Jordan Fidler

Jordan is a journalist at Urban.com.au

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