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CBD | Grand 8 Melbourne | 263 Franklin Street | 12L

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263 Franklin Street is now known as Grand 8 Melbourne, launches next week.

 

 

Project Database link: http://urbanmelbourne.info/projects/cbd-west-end/263-franklin-street-melbourne

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Kycon's picture

The heck is this crap?!!

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Another render: 

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subite's picture

All of these photos are SO MISLEADING!!. Also the photos in this week's Progress Leader, which shows trees and sunset sky line in a bush land-like setting. Surely somebody can take action about false and misleading advertising?
It's a pretty ordinary location in a narrow street with few trees and no other vegetation.and forget the sunsets unless you are on the top floors.

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Developers should be accountable for misleading the purchasers unless they specifically state the render is for visual or indicative only.

Also this is already out for tender to LU SIMON. Can't wait..

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For some strange reason this is the way new buildings are represented in Asia with a blue sky background in a parkland setting and sometimes a fake skyline off in the distance.

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Ryan Seychell's picture

40% sold

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over before it got going

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you miss any?

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Ryan Seychell's picture

Still got more :|

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Looking good





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