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CBD | 141-149 Latrobe Street | The Peak | 44L | 144m | Residential

Ryan Seychell's picture
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This one is now known as "The Peak". Pre-launch sales currently underway, official launch early next year. New design.

Previous Design:

New Design:

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Bilby's picture

It's a shame to lose one of the liveliest sections of this part of La Trobe Street for this - as a model for "activating" previously dead spaces, the fantastic little Tokyo style plywood cafe here is the perfect piece of improvised urbanism. Can the new building incorporate something as great? ... of course not.

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Bilby's picture

That lobby is embarrassing. Not as bad as the graphic panels on "You and I" in Collingwood, but embarrassing whitebread crass commercialism nevertheless.

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Mark Baljak's picture

What would you prefer?

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Nicholas Harrison's picture

That is a illustrative shop window display not the lobby :-)

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Bilby's picture

Thank god.

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Ryan Seychell's picture

70% sold so far according to the VIMG website

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Mark Baljak's picture

Some sort of variation to plans I guess

25/08/2016
TP-2014-910/A
Demolition of existing buildings and construction of a multi-level building (retail at ground floor and residential apartments above) in the Central City Zone Schedule 1 and waiver of the loading

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Mark Baljak's picture

VIMG website says this is sold out

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redden's picture

Interesting, thank you. I looked at this site the other day, after I took a shot of 42, and wondered how it was going.

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