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Heidelberg; the quiet achiever apartment market ticks over once more

Heidelberg will soon enough host another apartment building, the latest in the suburb's subdued yet steady accumulation of higher density living projects. Fresh to market is Martin & Powlett which will add 121 new apartments to a pocket of Heidelberg opposite the Austin Hospital. Championed by Blue Earth Group, the proposal was not without its challenges at planning, eventually receiving the nod at Banyule City Council. Local action group...

Fishermans Bend's first project breaks ground

Amidst the ongoing political kick-to-kick over the handling of Fishermans Bend, a new era has begun as the Urban Renewal Area's first project has officially commenced construction. Developer Blue Earth Group's Gravity Tower now sees head contractor Hamilton Marino in charge of the project which fronts Montague Street and Gladstone Street. Geotechnical Engineering has been engaged as a specialist subcontractor, going about delivering foundation...

Gravity Tower poised to become Fishermans Bend's first build

Could this be Fishermans Bend's first tower to reach construction? A planning application first highlighted on Urban Melbourne during August 2013 looks likely to take the title of Fishermans Bend's first project to become reality. 91 Montague Street , now better known as Gravity Tower @ 89 Gladstone Street is the latest project to be delivered by assiduous Melbourne-based developer Blue Earth Group. In line with Blue Earth Group's business plan...

Back from the dead

When was the last time a sizable apartment project began construction, only to fall over and remain dormant? It certainly doesn't happen that often, particularly now given current market conditions and a buying/sales frenzy over any viable piece of land throughout inner Melbourne. I'm sure there have been plenty before, but for the life of me I can't recall any bar one: 392 St Georges Road, Fitzroy North. Taken at the turn of 2012, the lead...