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COLLINGWOOD + ABBOTSFORD | 3066 + 3067 | Projects

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2 Girls is one interesting apartment complex.

 

On the outside, the 2 Girls Building is a work of art, inside it’s an art gallery.

The walls are lined with inspiration from contemporary local artists.

The light wells are sculptured art installations.

Love it! yes

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Chris Peska's picture

Oxley apartments is certainly in "the hot spot" just next to Proud Mary and the Panama Dining Room! Although, as part of the development The People's Market will need to find a new home.

Observe. Design. Build. Live.

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You and I apartments (450 Smith street) is up for tender on EstimateOne

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Mark Baljak's picture

islington silos

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hank dye - riviere

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New application

195 Wellington St, Collingwood. All © Plus Architecture

extra info http://urbanmelbourne.info/projects/yarra/195-wellington-street-collingwood

elevation

ground floor plan

planning document design examples

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johnproctor's picture

you&I is advertising construction commencing in May.

very happy - its just around the corner from my place looking forward to more people down that end of Smith and more new shops and cafes and stuff.

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ICD Property has authorised us to put more renders up. Also added their youtube video: http://urbanmelbourne.info/projects/yarra/you-i-450-smith-st-collingwood

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Melbman's picture

Love the variety around Collingwood. Very artistic quality to the proposals which suit the area very well.

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I really like the penthouse on top of the silos here. Nicely done

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Mark Baljak's picture

Trenerry Apartments with incorporated facade

great views with Dights Falls to the rear if you bought in early

Hank Dye - Riviere moving along, with Byfas Lofts to the fore

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following up on paul_D's pic, Islington is nearing completion - metal band facade looks great

precinct abbotsford

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Big rush to meet Collingwood demand
July 24, 2013

Read more: http://www.theage.com.au/business/big-rush-to-meet-collingwood-demand-20...

>>The mix has attracted a rush to redevelop as well as objectors. Melbourne-based Urban Inc, among others, is set to capitalise on the change with work to start this year on a mid-rise, 233-dwelling apartment in Stanley Street (artist's impression, above right), opposite the suburb's heritage listed Foy & Gibson precinct. Mercon Group has been appointed as builder.
(should read Merkon Construction)

>>The group's Elenberg Fraser-designed structure, which rises to nine levels in four components, was to be developed in stages but would now be built as one project after 190 of 233 units sold before the official launch, Mr Gurner said.

>>The Logiudice family's Banco Group was expected to start a 238-apartment, mixed-use development in nearby Smith Street and developer Martin Strode will push ahead with 17-storey towers on the historic Yorkshire Brewery site.

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Melbman's picture

^^ Looks like a good proposal.

As the article says, the amount of development around there is certainly growing rapidly.

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Great news for the Yorkshire Brewery, i cant wait to see the old girl get fixed up with a brand new roof and repaired brick work, its soo long overdue..

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Mark Baljak's picture

last stage of Hamton's development on Victoria Street for sales

Sancturay Abbotsford

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Melbman's picture

^^ looks good. That area certainly has been totally transformed by all the development going on. Looks good these days.

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Yorkshire Brewery - last store on the way down

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Chris Peska's picture

Fantastic! Can't wait for this to be finally restored and reused :) I have a feeling this will turn out to be a great place to live.

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Mark Baljak's picture

remarkably quick build for green square

eden & haven

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hank dye - riviere

banco smith street

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people's market making way for oxley

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new renders for Banco's Smith Street building

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johnproctor's picture

Has become abut more uniform along the frontage than originally but still some good effort to break it up like the traditional terrace strip shops along smith. Especially like the red screened bit in the final photo.

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