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FOOTSCRAY | 2 Nielson Place | 4 towers | 86m | Residential

Mark Baljak's picture
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Nice design for the area - I think Riddlz posted some of these in the Footscray thread

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zenith's picture

The bridge across the rail line to Ryan St will be good, since it's part of Maribyrnong's cycling plan.

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Martin Mankowski's picture

Approved by council at heights of 26L/19L/13L/17L

 

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zenith's picture

Nice. Now we just need to get updates on the nearby 2 Hopkins St and 1 Warde St projects, both of which have been for sale, sold or stalled.

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Mark Baljak's picture

2 Hopkins has new hoardings going up, maybe some movement on that one?

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Development & Planning

Thursday, August 17, 2017 - 12:00
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Policy, Culture & Opinion

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Sustainability & Environment

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