Cedar Woods

Cedar Woods Sells Third Williams Landing Office Building

Urban.com.au has previously highlighted the ongoing development underway at Cedar Woods' Williams Landing development, particularly more recently with respect to further commercial buildings in the pipeline. So it comes as no surprise to learn that Cedar Woods has signed an agreement to sell a third office building - 107 Overton Road - to Hellenic Property Investments Pty Ltd for $25.93 million. The terms of the sale, which represents a yield of...

Williams Landing pushes on with additional commercial developments

The success to date of Williams Landing has prompted developer Cedar Woods to move ahead with a number of new developments. On the back of attracting Target Australia and and the Minister for Finance's office to one of Melbourne’s fastest growing commercial precincts, images have been released of the tallest commercial development planned thus far for the suburb, spanning 10 levels. It along with an adjoining new commercial office building form...

Williams Landing's third apartment building, Lancaster sells out

Cedar Woods’ latest apartment project in Williams Landing, Lancaster Apartments has sold out in just six months, reinforcing the demand for medium-density housing in Melbourne’s rapidly growing west. Designed by DKO Architecture, the seven-storey building has a distinctive architectural form which responds to the shape of the site and acts as a bookend to the mixed-use complex. The façade's strong vertical expression emphasises its height,...

Cedar Woods tackles Melbourne's growing pains at its St Albans and Clayton South projects

As Melbourne continues to experience unprecedented levels of population growth, housing affordability and urban sprawl are amongst some of the greatest challenges facing the city, with traffic congestion and long commute times on the rise. In response to this, the 20-minute city concept was proposed as part of the solution to addressing some of these issues and one which is increasingly being realised in Melbourne’s inner and middle ring suburbs...

Cedar Woods' first strata office at Williams Landing sells out

Cedar Woods' first strata office building within Williams Landing, comprising 47 strata office suites and a ground floor medical centre has sold out in just under seven months. Located at 111 Overton Road within the Wlliams Landing town centre, construction on the 5-storey building is due to commence shortly with completion expected in March 2019. 111 Overton Road is the first strata office for Williams Landing. Image : Supplied According to...

The 20-minute city, associated health benefits and expanding middle Melbourne

The notion of Melbourne becoming a 20-minute City has been explored heavily in recent times. Seeking to provide Melburnians with the ability to 'live locally', the 20-minute City, in essence , strives to provide people with the ability to meet most of their everyday needs within a 20-minute walk, cycle or local public transport trip of their home. Plan Melbourne's push toward the 20-minute City would also have immense repercussions for the...

Target's Williams Landing HQ a boon for the west's commercial prospects

Melbourne's west may not be the epicentre of commercial development, but a trickle of projects is casting a light on the areas potential for future commercial growth. The recent announcement that Target Australia will move its national headquarters to Williams Landing serves to bolster the west's profile, whilst also providing developer Cedar Woods with a premium tenant for their masterplanned development. Located opposite Williams Landing...

Williams Landing and the boost to white-collar employment in the west

Located in Melbourne’s western suburbs, Williams Landing is a 275 hectare masterplanned community proposed to include approximately 3000 dwellings, integrated with the suburb’s newly upgraded railway station, amenities and town centre. The area has been identified within the Plan Melbourne strategy as a key ‘activity centre,’ providing surrounding populations with retail and service amenity, as well commercial employment precincts. Its position...

Placemaking for success in the city's west

As Williams Landing's first apartment development filters through to market, it signifies the grander intentions of the development team headed by Cedar Woods to provide the suburb with a genuine town centre. Abutting Williams Landing Railway Station, Newton Apartments is the first move toward higher density living within the suburb. Cedar Woods' Patrick Archer and Mike Day of town planning firm Roberts Day were on hand to answer a number of...

Cedar Woods receives approval for Jackson Green, Clayton South

Kingston City Council recently gave formal approval for Cedar Woods’ Jackson Green urban renewal development in Clayton South, located 19 kilometres south-east of Melbourne’s CBD. The former industrial site is being redeveloped into parklands and a residential community located with frontages along Centre, Haughton and Main Roads in Clayton South. Demolition and site clearing works have been undertaken with a display suite now established on...

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