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CBD | Vision Apartments | 500 Elizabeth Street | 226m | 72L | Residential

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Dean's picture

This is now 50% sold and should start construction by May or June of this year.

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Peter Maltezos's picture

Around November last year I noticed a soil testing rig set up in the former car yard next door to the former hotel.

 

Brady are good at marketing their developments, I can't see this not going ahead.

 

Just wish the podium car park looked better.

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Ryan Seychell's picture

Demolition has begun on this one:

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Dean's picture

Good stuff. Demolition was also scheduled to begin at Tower Melbourne today.

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Charles Santoso's picture

nice job, please keep the update posted guys :)

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Chris Peska's picture

Welcome to the forum Charles! :) We will keep updating this project throughout the construction period through to completion, as we are with multiple other projects across metropolitan Melbourne.

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Paul_D's picture

Thiery Street end also now under demolition. Today

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This morning

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MelbourneGuy's picture

Looking forward to this one. It will certainly beef up this end of Elizabeth st.

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Mark Baljak's picture

this and the many others in the immediate area should most get up, almost another Southbank really

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There's an archeological dig on the site at the moment.

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MelbourneGuy's picture

Looks like they're digging for early archaeological works of graffiti.

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Qantas743's picture

Geez, this was suppose to start in May. What gives?!

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Michael Berquez's picture

I don't think it was ever meant to start in May. I was told some time ago that demo would start "mid year"...so they're pretty much on track.

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Mark Baljak's picture

city circle demolition were back as well today

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Nicholas Harrison's picture

Piling has started today so now it is officially under construction!

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Dangerous Beans's picture

Piling has started yet the old stork hotel building has not been demolished yet, wierd. Or have I missed something??

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Boris Bomber's picture

I think a lot of developers tend to do this.... they leave the "Sales" building to the absolute last minute before getting rid of it so they can continue selling the apartments while all the initial works are continuting around it.

Thats my gut feel

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Ryan Seychell's picture

Probably dragging it out/waiting for Melbourne Star/Sky to finish so they can move the sales office there..

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