MAB Corporation

Escala NewQuay in Focus - Part Two

Following on from yesterday's Q&A with MAB's David Allt-Graham , Urban Melbourne today discusses the design approach to Escala in NewQuay with Six Degrees Director Mark Healy and how the office's experience in the residential sector and within Melbourne's laneways, informed the key design drivers and composition of the project's architecture. Escala's podium will comprise a series of buildings, providing a fine grain approach to the...

A double design delight for Docklands

Docklands may well stand to gain its most daring residential and commercial developments near simultaneously, as separate developers press ahead with their respective projects. At NewQuay, MAB Corporation has officially ramped up the profile of its latest tower to grace the precinct. In conjunction with Six Degree Architects, the duo are launching Escala which will feature a number of unique design aspects. The $130 million development consists...

MAB Corporation's NewQuay West a step closer

The City of Melbourne earlier this week agreed to provide conditional support for MAB Corporation's NewQuay West Development Plan via its Future Melbourne (Planning) Committee. The revised development plan prepared by DKO Architecture and Aspect Studios was driven by the development of the Ron Barassi Senior Park which necessitated a revisiting of the precinct layout and urban structure. The area identified as NewQuay West is located to the west...
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Elm & Stone plus what lies ahead for MAB at NewQuay

The wheels are turning on a variety of projects at MAB Corporation's NewQuay precinct, with their latest release racking up some impressive numbers. Urban Melbourne recently took the opportunity to interview MAB Corporation's General Manager of Residential, David Allt-Graham regarding their twin-towered Elm & Stone project, in addition to the company's plans for the balance of the site. Located at 395 Docklands Drive, Elm & Stone is the...

MAB Corporation's Lot C edging closer to reality

Earmarked from the outset as a stand-out design, MAB Corporation's 429-437 Docklands Drive is poised to receive planning approval from City of Melbourne. Surfacing during 2013 as a crescent-shaped hotel , MAB Corporation has elected to proceed with a purely residential tower on a sizeable development plot which was formerly part of Waterfront City. The McBride Charles Ryan-designed residential tower is set to be joined by an expansive public...