Cremorne

Probuild secures contract for Stage One of The Malt District

Probuild has secured the contract to build Stage One of Caydon's The Malt District on the former Nylex site, transforming it into a mixed-use residential and commercial development that retains elements of its industrial past. Stage One of the development, known as Coppins Corner - a historical local reference to the 1850s Richmond and Cremorne identity George Coppin – includes a split-level tower of 15 and 12-storeys, featuring 209 one, two,...

ICON and Wood Marsh combine for 600 Church Street

The Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) has approved ICON Developments' 600 Church Street commercial office development in Cremorne's growing technology precinct, dubbed 'Silicon Valley.' Designed by Wood Marsh, 600 Church Street is set to become a prominent, architecturally designed commercial office building that will contribute to Cremorne’s existing industrial context and enhance the streetscape. ICON worked collaboratively...

SEEK and you will find... a new Cremorne headquarters

Architecture practice HASSELL is heading design efforts for a new office development with an end value of $163 million that will see job search firm SEEK take root within Cremorne. The atypically shaped campus-style building was lodged with City of Yarra earlier this month, nominating a large land parcel at 60-88 Cremorne Street as SEEK's new headquarters. Arthur Land Pty Ltd is the listed land owner and applicant within planning documents,...

The Richmond Malt site heads to planning

A planning application has been lodged with Yarra City Council for one of Melbourne's most recognisable development sites. Following a Colliers campaign to sell the Richmond Malt site during 2014, Caydon was revealed as the purchaser and has recently lodged plans for the first phase of the expansive site which includes the famed Nylex Clock. With a land area in excess of 11,000sqm, the Richmond Malt site joins Caydon's existing adjoining...

The Creme de la Creme - Cremorne2025

Last week saw the release of the State Government's strategy for Melbourne's future growth through to 2050, simply called ' Plan Melbourne .' The plan identifies key areas for future growth in the form of National Employment Clusters, Activity Centres (Metropolitan and Regional) and various Urban Renewal Projects at the CBD's doorstep. One such project is East Richmond Station/Cremorne, originally mooted in the now defunct Melbourne 2030 plan,...