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CBD | 108 Flinders Street | 15F | 55m | Residential

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slow moving this one:

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Mark Baljak's picture

slow going

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Martin Mankowski's picture

The sign says "Move in end of 2013". They'd wanna get cracking!

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The construction method being utilised with this project is unitised building. More than feasible to finish by the end of the year. An apartment project at 3 Bosisto St in Richmond was built in 11 days (!!!) after foundations were laid and services connected. Astonishing

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not so unitised

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Ryan Seychell's picture

not quite

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Rosati redevelopment must be due to start soon?

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^^ Compare the above with the shot I took a few years ago, whatever happened to the ACDC Lane sign?

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Laurence Dragomir's picture

I thought it kept getting stolen?

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^^ Yes, of course, the sign would be highly valued by fans all around the world.

Simple solution, the MCC should just have it painted on.enlightened

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Ryan Seychell's picture

Glass looks really good if you ask me:

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Wow this has gone up very quick in the past few months.
Estimated finish is actually mid 2014.
Construction commenced some 12 months later than was quoted to purchasers.
This was very disappointing for many owner occupiers including myself.

These should re-sale or lease very well due to the location and interior finish.

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structure just about done

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I have a 2/2/2 in this building dead centre on flinders street looking down the yarra on one of the upper levels. Looking to nominate at the purchase price ($860k), which I'm told should retain stamp duty benefits. Let me know if you or someone you know may be interested.

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Due to the 12 mth over run in completion we also have an apartment for sale in this project (after settlement June 2014).
1 bedroom lev 3 north facing into AC/DC Lane. 51sqm internally 4 sqm balcony.
No carspace, $480K
Taking expressions of interest via private message.

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slow going

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Development & Planning

Tuesday, December 12, 2017 - 00:00
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Policy, Culture & Opinion

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