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This thread will expand, we still have a few more projects to add to the database.

kicking off...

The Summit

Imperial

1 Grosvenor Street

2-6 Thiele Street

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AXF Group have authorised us to add more content to the Imperial Doncaster page: http://urbanmelbourne.info/projects/manningham/imperial-doncaster-lot-3-...

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Baldasso Cortese residential design for the Hill

Canvas Apartments u/c

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Shopping giants clash over development plan
July 8, 2013

Westfield will head to the courts to stop Bunnings Warehouse building a $180 million store because it might prevent an expansion of Doncaster Shoppingtown.

Bunnings' proposed development at 659 Doncaster Road - a retail outlet and 385 apartments - was approved by the Manningham council in May.

Westfield has lodged an objection to the council's decision with the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal. A hearing date is yet to be set.

Read more: http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/shopping-giants-clash-over-development...

http://www.doncasterhill.com/news/mixed-use-development-gets-go-ahead
Mixed Use Development Gets the Go Ahead
Date:
31 May 2013

Manningham Council has approved a planning application for a three stage combined retail and residential development on an 11,700 m² site in Doncaster Hill at 659-669 Doncaster Road, between Tower Street and Council Street, Doncaster.

Council gave approval for the development following the lodging of an amended application that took into consideration advice from VicRoads, Public Transport Victoria and Manningham Council officers.

The amended application reduced the size of the proposed retail store, increased traffic improvement measures and redesigned the rear interface of the site where the loading and service areas are adjacent to a residential development on Berkeley Street.

The approved development will be constructed in three stages.

Stage one, a Central Tower, covering approximately 60 per cent of the site, comprises a multi-level Bunnings store with 10.532m² of floor area, an apartment tower (124 one and two bedroom dwellings) and three levels of basement car parking.

Stages two and three will occur on both sides of the Bunnings store and will consist of two residential towers (261 dwellings) and 1266m² of ground floor retail space and basement car parking.

Manningham Mayor Cr Jennifer Yang said she believed the amended development application provides a good outcome for such a high profile and currently under-utilised site.

“There has been a significant effort from all parties to ensure that this development meets all the criteria of the Doncaster Hill Strategy in terms of providing a strong mix of residential and commercial uses and sustainable, well designed outcomes for prominent development sites within Doncaster Hill.”

“I believe the new retail outlets and more than 380 apartments, serviced by several Smartbus routes, will make a significant contribution in fulfilling the outstanding potential of the Doncaster Hill Activities Area,” she said.

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602-630 Doncaster Rd

101-105 Tram Rd, dodgy street activation

682-684 Doncaster Rd

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new development for williamsons rd doncaster by Peregrine Property

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Englehart to sell Doncaster Road development site

Englehart Homes founder Ron Englehart is offloading a prime development site on the south side of Doncaster Road opposite Shopping Town.
The 3964-square-metre block is on the market through Colliers International with a permit for a 12-level residential building.
It is expected to attract interest above $12.5 million.
Englehart Developments lists The Summit as a ''luxury'' apartment project by Peddle Thorpe Architects. The site at 642-654 Doncaster Road has two separate titles and three street frontages.
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The potential development includes 2000 square metres of retail space and will be part of a forest of apartments destined to rise around Doncaster Shopping Town.
Another development group, AXF, has plans for a 300-apartment complex on the north-east corner of the Westfield centre.
Mr Englehart said the size and type of project didn't fit with his business. ''We wanted to focus on our core market, detached dwellings,'' he said.
Westfield is a three-level ''super regional'' shopping centre with anchor tenants Myer, David Jones, Big W, Kmart, Coles, Woolworths and a Village Cinema complex.

Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/business/property/englehart-to-sell-doncaster-road...

Hacer will build Imperial Doncaster

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812 elgar rd

a worse version of below to what is seen below

to this. no world beather but far better

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^^ Aaaaaahhhhhh, my eyes, my eyes!! crying

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Imperial Doncaster

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Pearl - 1 Grosvenor Street

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Melbourne Muse's picture

Would be nice to see a development in Doncaster that wasn't the predictable 7 - 12 levels over large floor plates.

Marvelous Mega-Melbourne

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Melbman's picture

^^ It seems the most effective project plan though in that area. Its likely what the market wants.

I just don't understand the logic of high density apartment living in Doncaster though. I see apartments as a lifestyle choice, more in line with being close to trains and trams in the inner suburbs or an area like Box Hill or even Footscray in coming years. Those seem to make more sense than Doncaster to me at this stage. I'm sure people have their reasons :)

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^^ All these apartments are close or next to Westfield Doncaster and major bus routes.

In other words, close to shops and public transport.

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Panorama already 40% sold

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Just walk across to Shoppingtown and you've got access to the bus transport hub. An absolutely ideal spot for this type of development.

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^^ True, but I still am not sold on apartment living there, but glad many others seem to be.

To be honest, would rather see areas like Box Hill (ie. located on a train and tram line) developed fully first, but with a view like what is possible at Doncaster Hill, its no doubt an attractive offer to many :)

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williamsons road doncaster, new pics

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^^ I see some fine tuning with the final design.

I assume that the second rendering is the final design.

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Singapore buyers snap up eastern suburb sites

Singapore-based buyers are at the forefront of recent activity in Melbourne's eastern suburbs.
Colliers International agent Peter Bremner said the group had sold three development sites in the popular middle-ring suburb of Doncaster for a combined $40 million in the past eight months indicating a growing maturity in the apartment market.

''Five years ago it was a struggle. It's now very mature,'' Mr Bremner said. ''There is a definite theme emerging, with the last three site sales in Doncaster all being to Singaporean purchasers.''

A property with a permit for 273 apartments and 2000 sq m of commercial development at 642-654 Doncaster Road opposite Shopping Town sold last month for more than $13 million to a private Singaporean buyer.

The property was owned by Englehart Homes founder Ron Englehart who offloaded the 3964-square-metre block with a permit for a 12-level residential building called The Summit designed by Peddle Thorpe Architects.

Earlier this year, the 2.8 hectare former Morrison Brothers Nursery site in Williamsons Road was purchased for $19.28 million by Singapore-based Chip Eng Seng's CEL Australia.

The group is planning up to 100 townhouses and 50 apartments. Late last year, a car park behind the shopping centre at 1 Grosvenor Street sold to Ho Bee Land, another listed Singapore entity, for $8.5 million.

Ho Bee will use an existing permit that allows 185 apartments on the site and has begun pre-sales for the project called Pearl.

Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/business/property/singapore-buyers-snap-up-eastern...

180-200 Reynolds Road

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88 Tram Road & Panorama not far off starting construction

imperial - hacer pics

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Pearl Doncaster

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MelbourneGuy's picture

Pearl seems to be a popular name lately.

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602-630 Doncaster Road approved by VCAT

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Imperial

display nearly complete for 812 elgar road - think it's still this

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