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MELBOURNE | 12 Queens Road | 65m | 20L | Residential

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dKO Architecture for developer Kangoala Pty Ltd

rooftop area

podium landscape

floor plan

not to detailed renders

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amazing what a few good renders can achieve from Knight Frank Malaysia.......

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couple more

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I wonder how many if any will be sold domestically?

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out to tender

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Nicholas Harrison's picture

Yay! I can't believe that in the past somebody thought that a good use for a site with Queens Road frontage would be a multi level car park.

Looks like Arthur Apartments next door is also under construction now.

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I am surprised they are demolishing the car park. I would have thought they might build on top. But maybe the existing structure isn't stable enough to support additional height. Anyway.... glad to see this monster gone from Queens Road. There are still 2 other vacant sites along there that are ripe for development.

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Atari house is a prime spot right nearby too. Wouldn't be surprised if that were demolished in the next few years.

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Core on the way up

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Nice exterior coming through

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redden's picture

Not long now.

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General Cranes pics

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