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New additions take Brunswick's active Project Database count to 43

Three new additions to the Urban Project Database has further pushed Brunswick up Melbourne's apartment development ladder. By numbers alone Brunswick now sees 43 active apartment and major townhouse developments, compared to South Melbourne which leads all comers with 44 listings. Testament to the underlying popularity of Brunswick, developers continue to push applications through Moreland City Council for the suburb at a time where other...

Sky garages? Not pie in the sky thinking for Growland's Neue Grand development

Developer Growland's latest residential offering, Neue Grand, is setting its sights on the sky but not in the way that you would expect. According to Growland, the 20-storey building, to be built on St Kilda Road, aims to provide Melbourne's elite buyers with 'cutting-edge technology', allowing them to fulfill their dreams of living like James Bond. The development will feature what Growland claims to be an Australian first in the form of ‘sky...

Oakleigh, Cremorne and Southbank in line for significant developments

The latest batch of Melbourne planning applications revealed for public consumption includes hundreds of new apartments and a hotel development for a long-forgotten Cremorne site. A combined 250 apartments are earmarked for Southbank and Oakleigh sites. The former sees a Rothelowman-designed apartment development for 153-159 Sturt Street on Southbank. Having gone through a heavy redesign relative to what was initially submitted for approval...

Golden Age Group officially launches Sky Garden at The Glen

Urban.com.au in its former guise as Urban Melbourne, initially reported on Golden Age Group launching a website for its $450 million Sky Garden project. The elevated residential development. to be constructed above the redeveloped The Glen Shopping Centre in Glen Waverley, has now been officially launched to the market. The tri-tower project will feature an elevated 4,000 sqm “garden in the sky” that will serve the 555 apartments that will...

Spencer Street approved, Festival Hall hits heritage hurdle in West Melboune

West Melbourne once more propels itself into the development limelight as two substantial apartment projects have in the last week reached critical junctures in their respective planning journeys. Plus Architecture has announced that a major West Melbourne apartment complex designed at their hand has been given the green light. At planning since the turn of 2017, 512-544 Spencer Street is the latest project now capable of adding to West...

Werribee receives a leg-up as Burbank Group moves on RiverEdge

At the turn of the year Urban Melbourne highlighted Burbank's bid to redevelop an underutilised Werribee land tract by way of a multilevel Rothelowman-designed apartment building. Now dubbed RiverEdge, the $47 million development is freshly approved and forms the first phase of Burbank Group's staged development fronting Comben Avenue. The apartments will replace a Wyndham City Council-owned public car park and will be delivered via a...

Jack Merlo sheds light on the landscape design for Hawthorn Park

Jack Merlo, one of Australia’s leading landscape architects has collaborated with RotheLowman on Dahua Group's $300m Hawthorn Park development in Hawthorn East. Jack Merlo has created the central park and a series of garden spaces to soften and complement the built form. Merlo recently spoke to Urban Melbourne about his involvement on the project and the collaborative approach working with Dahua and Rothelowman. Hawthorn Park is set in a verdant...

Frater Group enters the high-rise game in South Melbourne

The already healthy number of residential towers milling around South Melbourne's Domain Precinct can add another to their ranks. 9-11 Palmerston Crescent is the latest development looking for approval with City of Port Phillip, and represents a step up in scale for developer Frater Group. Accustomed to smaller projects to date such as 233-239 Dryburgh Street , Frater Group's push to realise a high-rise tower comes in the form of a Rothelowman-...

Union Tower the latest project to top out

JSK Group recently celebrated the 'topping out' of its Union Tower residential project at 296-300 Little Lonsdale Street at a ceremony attended by its project partners PDS Group, Watpac and RotheLowman. The $45m project which comprises 165 apartments across 35 levels and has been designed by architects RotheLowman, represents JSK Group's first Australian development. In light of the project's success, JSK Group plans to accelerate its investment...

Sky Garden residences launched as construction progresses on The Glen

Golden Age Group has recently launched the website for its Sky Garden Residences, to be developed above airspace as part of The Glen redevelopment project. City of Monash initially approved plans for the $500 million redevelopment of The Glen shopping centre in Glen Waverley in 2015. Key features of The Glen redevelopment include: an expansion of the retail centre across the existing car park in Springvale Road, Glen Waverley three apartment...

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