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DOCKLANDS | Banksia New Quay | 429-437 Docklands Drive | 17L | 68m | Residential

Mark Baljak's picture
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MCR deliver again

development plan

current layout

penthouse level

elevations

renders

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Peter Maltezos's picture

^^ yessmileyyesheart

I collect, therefore I am.
thecollectormm.com.au

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3000's picture

Top notch stuff here.

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urbanfanatic's picture

what a gem

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Crz's picture

Although not a smooth as the previous render. I love this particular addition to Dockland. It would look great next to Aqui.

Dockland is finally coming alive. Just need to block out those cold wind and possibly a few exclusive laneway restaurant. They need to make dockland a "destination" area for it to work. The fountain show would really add a nice touch to the area as well. I am very excited !!! Hopefully precast is as good as the render and not some cheap china crap.

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Ryan Seychell's picture

Banksia New Quay:


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Mark Baljak's picture

how good is that!

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Ryan Seychell's picture

Website up and running too, pre-sales underway: http://www.banksianewquay.com.au/

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3000's picture

Nice to see some quality hitting Docklands.

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tiankd74's picture

I love this design and I am definitely going to buy one!

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Crz's picture

Finally something worthy of this site. We need more elegant design like this but Taller.

You only get to build something once. Once it's there, it'll be hundreds of years before you tear it down again.

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Melbourne_Fragments's picture

wow very 1950's/60's american modernist

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Ryan Seychell's picture

200 registrations in 72 hours:

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Michael Berquez's picture

Gazebo....Sydney

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Ryan Seychell's picture

50% sold, public sales begin next week.

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Michael Berquez's picture

Gonna be a huge construction site will all 3 developments going on.

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3000's picture

This is such a quality development.

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Riddlz's picture

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Qantas743's picture

Be interested to hear Bilby's thoughts on this one! :p

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3000's picture

He cannot be against this one. It's a good development.

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Bilby's picture

It's certainly retro, that's for sure.

To be honest, I don't really care what is built in the Docklands - it's a nothing sort of urban space with little of interest to me (apart from the rather excellent snapper and mulloway fishing this time of year).

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Dean's picture

$80 million in sales at more than 65% sold. Should start soon.

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Michael Berquez's picture

This building almost makes me want to live in Docklands....almost

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Lopan's picture

I reckon your right.

In years to come there will be so many people with egg on their face it will be hilarious.

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Ryan Seychell's picture

90% of this one has sold. Hickory is the builder, construction should begin soon.

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