Collingwood

DKO and Slab Architecture snare gold for Campbell Street

DKO Architecture and SLAB Architecture's Campbell Street project in Collingwood has claimed gold in Architectural Design (Commercial and Residential), at the Good Design Awards hosted in Sydney. The 60th Anniversary of the Awards attracted a record number of entries, with only 260 projects selected to receive a Good Design Award, after being whittled down from 536. The jury commented that the project was a “great use of space, wonderful use of...

Warren and Mahoney add to Smith Street's changing face

The gradual transition of Smith Street's northern reaches to a higher density built form has seen another project join the queue. Developer GURNER will know at the earliest by late next month whether its bid to transform Collingwood's 368-374 Smith Street has been successful. Designed by Warren and Mahoney, the residential development spans 9 storeys and sits behind a quartet of partially retained heritage buildings. For Warren and Mahoney, the...

K7 Developments moves on Abbotsford; Collingwood eyes another commercial development

A freshly advertised planning application with City of Yarra has shown K7 Developments to be the purchaser last year of an already approved development site at 288-296 Johnston Street. Rather than proceed with the previous Cox Architecture-designed scheme, K7 Developments have reworked the project, effectively looking to double the apartment yield. Plus Architecture have been engaged to deliver the new design. The project is diagonally opposite...

Spowers adds to the Collingwood development blitz

Long-established architecture firm Spowers has made a return to the Urban Melbourne Project Database as the design force behind an application to account for a vacant Collingwood corner plot with a new commercial building. Located on the south-east corner of Langridge Street and Wellington Street, 51 Langridge Street finds itself at the epicentre of Collingwood's latest development wave. The vacant block of 510sqm is perhaps best known from a...

Collingwood still beats true for the apartment buyer

Buyers unsurprisingly are still showing a keen interest in Collingwood's apartment market, as demonstrated by Pace of Collingwood's strong sales. Pace Development Group's latest project notched the enviable figure of accounting for 50% of the building's apartments during its first week at sales. This in turn has prompted Pace to commence construction on the project immediately, with an eye toward completion during the last quarter of 2017. At 75...

Yorkshire Brewery open for all to see

The rebirth of Collingwood's Yorkshire Brewery is complete with the local landmark now standing resplendently as a residential apartment complex. Located at 1-21 Robert Street Collingwood, the redevelopment includes townhouses, 338 apartments over multiple new buildings and retail spaces at ground level. The foundation stone for the retained heritage elements onsite was laid during 1876, with the brick tower the site's most intriguing feature...

Ask the Architect: Ariel Lopez talks Trilby

This coming Saturday Inhabit Design's Ariel Lopez, the lead architect on Spec Property's Trilby development in Collingwood is offering The general public the opportunity to 'Ask the Architect', affording prospective purchasers and members of the community alike a platform to interrogate the development's design and apartment living and ask all the pressing and vexing questions about the development. Trilby hero shot. Image courtesy of Spec...

Cbus Property pushes further into the Melbourne residential market

Synonymous with large-scale commercial developments for much of its history, Cbus Property is increasingly turning its hand to apartment development in Melbourne. The unique property investor and developer - backed by its superannuation parent - has recently lodged plans for a sizeable Collingwood development, its fifth current Melbourne residential apartment pursuit. With the lodgement of plans for 61-71 Wellington Street Collingwood, Cbus...

Trilby Apartments a reflection of its target market

Not another apartment development on Smith Street ? Well, no, Trilby is not like any other in certain regards with the team at SPEC Property going to great lengths in order to tailor the development toward the owner-occupier market. Urban Melbourne visited the display at 410 Smith Street Collingwood in recent days following SPEC Property's latest residential release. The broad-ranging discussion encompassed topics such as the shifting dynamics...

Poised and primed: key developments gain approval

The past fortnight has brought a number of high profile approvals which have been placed firmly in the public eye, but what of the lesser known planning applications that have been given or are poised to receive the green? 85-93 Lorimer Street, 1 Warde Street and avant at 54-64 A'Beckett street have all had their time in the sun owing to their sizeable nature, with the three projects combining to add as many as 1,780 apartments to the Melbourne...

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