Richmond

Luxury, green, homely: Flagship's new Richmond apartment project in detail

Flagship Property Group have landed a new application at planning that they expect will set a high benchmark for luxury living in Richmond. A 'villas in the sky' concept has been adopted for the project that "seeks to redefine medium-density living as a sanctuary of individually expressed homes." To facilitate this 28 oversized apartments have been designed by Woods Bagot within two buildings of five and twelve levels. Oculus and Hecker Guthrie...

On site with Wulff Projects (Part 01) : Newry Street Richmond

Urban Melbourne was recently fortunate enough to go onsite at a number of Wulff Project developments currently under construction. One such project is a townhouse development previously covered on Urban Melbourne called Newry Street. Located on the corner of Newry and Canterbury Streets, in Richmond, the project is progressing well with an expected completion date of around mid-year. Making its mark on Newry Street The boutique development...

Lendlease revisits Richmond's GTV9 site

Years after completing the initial stage of the GTV9 site redevelopment on Bendigo Street, Lendlease has raised the prospect of a larger scale outcome for the balance of its land holding. City of Yarra is considering an application to amend the currently approved Development Plan dated 2012, which would see a higher-density precinct realised, with the focus on aged care, retirement living and affordable housing. Lendlease has enlisted Catholic...

Jaques Richmond now complete

Construction of Riverlee's $290 million urban precinct in Richmond known as Jaques has recently been completed, with the Fender Katsalidis-designed development also breaking the previous apartment price record of $3 million for the area. A Glen Iris couple paid $4.8 million for the top floor penthouse. Bordered by Coppin, Highett, Griffiths and Palmer Streets, the Jaques precinct consists of 377 apartments and townhouses across five buildings...

Karl Fender provides insight as Jaques Richmond reaches completion

The large-scale redevelopment of Richmond's former Jaques engineering complex has been marked by an number of onsite dedications. Dating back to 1885 and with frontages to Palmer, Coppin, Dyer and Griffiths Streets, the 9,945sqm site's engineering heritage has been permanently embossed across the site. Planning Minister Richard Wynne and Riverlee Group's Clement Lee were recently onsite to unveil plaques dedicated to the Jaques family; these are...

Swan Street sizes up: 462-482 Swan Street, Richmond

It's not often you return from an overseas trip to be greeted with a letter from City of Yarra pertaining to a Planning Application for a significant development down the street. Planners Urbis on behalf of Bamfa Properties has submitted a combined planning permit application and planning scheme amendment to pave the way forward for a significant mixed-use scheme. A 12-storey and 10-storey building with associated 3-storey podia at 462-482 Swan...

Richmond's Doonside Precinct emerges as a new apartment hub

Once a stronghold for various industries, Richmond continues to evolve as a highly sought-after inner city apartment hub. While areas north and west of the Victoria Gardens Shopping Centre have seen intense levels of apartment development, the tract of land directly south of Victoria Gardens and east of Burnley Street is now set to continue the trend. Doonside Precinct has risen to prominence with a string of apartment developments poised to...
Palmer Street Hero shot. © Riverside Group

Palmer St - The final stage of Jaques Richmond

Recently Urban Melbourne was invited to inspect the display suite for Palmer St , the third and final stage of Riverside Group's Jaques development in Richmond. Located just three kilometres from the Melbourne CBD, the site was was once occupied by the renowned Jaques factory. Founded in 1885 by Edward Jaques who along with his family fled Revolutionary France, his company produced rock crushers for quarries, a specialty in which Jaques would...

Bridge Road's apartment transformation gathers pace

The struggles of Bridge Road have been well documented both on Urban Melbourne and via many other media outlets. For so long synonymous with 'warehouse fashion' shopping, many have said Bridge Road has suffered a sustained decline due to the rise of DFO's and the substantial investment pumped into the CBD's retail offerings in recent years. Remedies such as free parking have been put forward, while others such as Fred Nucara of Beller Commercial...

Has Richmond Station's revamp disappeared into the ether?

If you look back at the history of Richmond Station's proposed redevelopment, it begins to sound altogether very familiar - much like the proposed deck over the Jolimont Railyards which it abuts - and altogether very average. The sustained inability of successive governments to achieve anything more than chatter about the project is a poor reflection on the State's inability to deliver on this particular project. Talk of the redevelopment has...

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