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Currently on the go in Box Hill

3 Watts St - very average

One Box Hill apartments

Box Hill Hospital

ATO - Grocon have taken over the site, works underway

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still no movement by Whitehorse on the proposed 545 Station Street tower

Box Hill Hospital

1 Bruce Street

ATO

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ATO

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ATO

Box Hill Hospital

1 Box Hill

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ATO secong tower crane commissioned yesterday

Box Hill Hospital

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New project Listing - Longford Hill - 761 Station Street Box Hill North

http://urbanmelbourne.info/projects/whitehorse/longford-hill-761-771-sta...

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545 Station Street Box Hill

Images © Buchan Group

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Much better!

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Melbman's picture

This will be a good icon for CAD development. Box Hill is a great location for such a development, as it is certainly going to be popular with investors and owner/occupiers alike with that location.

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bit of infill, Box Hill needs a fair few more

Urban Design Architects, at planning - 22 Rutland Road

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BH Hospital

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lucky wong - ato box hill

1 archibald street

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V2 Box Hill about to launch its sales campaign

V2boxhill.com.au

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hollowcrete floors - ato box hill

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Spectrum Apartments

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Central Gardens

1 Archibald

ATO

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Box Hill happenings

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545 Station Street now known as Sovereign Square: https://urbanmelbourne.info/projects/whitehorse/sovereign-square-545-sta...

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Sovereign Square has sensational street activation.

Once this project gets going I would not be in the least bit surprised to see Box Hill become the densest suburban skyline in Melbourne (outside the inner core of course) over the next decade.

Marvelous Mega-Melbourne

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I'm shocked my home council approved it TBH. It'll do wonders for the area and vastly improve a terribly wasted and ugly site. Also agree that street level looks good.

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There is already a 90m, 24 level tower approved on the site and this version is much better so a bit of a no brainer really :-)

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that's about it for height

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ATO

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little project for box hill - 710 station street

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