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new planning application has been submitted for 420 Spencer Street

HWD Gramercy Parks Nth Melb

small pic but there will be a 30L tower included as payoff for developer adding a 4L school

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Michal's picture

That's great news, I thought this one had fallen off the radar.

Does anyone know the status of 371 Spencer?

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According to our project database, 371 Spencer is still in planning assessment, not much to report other than that :) You can be sure that if anything changes with this one, we will have the information here shortly after it is released to the public.

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371 Spencer is listed as referred and advertised...no particular rush on this one it seems

Peddle Thorp design that may abutt George Apartments Flemington Road

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Orchid hammering along

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3-5 Bedford Place, Nth Melb

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Dos orchid run through to Latrobe from jeffcot or are they just taking advantage of a vacant block for construction access

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Taking advantage of the empty site JP.

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Central Equity site next to 33 Batman.

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North > 19-35 Flemington Road

initial SJB design

final SJB design

website images

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^^
Im liking that SJB one, about bloody time Flemington Rd started to go UP..

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91-95 Dudley street site sold a while back. wonder what will become of this design

and a less impressive version

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Ryan Seychell's picture

North apartments:

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Mark Baljak's picture

flagstaff apartments

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North vista

Orchid Apartments

Alessi

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Nifty apartment development on Anderson Rd, West Melbourne

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interesting work adorning an otherwise blank wall for Flagstaff Apartments facing Batman Street

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At least this one has a couple of nice touches and a bit of visual interest about it - a little better than CE's usual cookie cutter crap. DRC architects instead of CE's pet Doig.

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91-95 Dudley Street is now this:

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new project by spec property next to nord on flemington road

http://www.flemington-road.com.au/

no design yet, maybe around 12-13 levels

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Video of North Apartments

North Teaser PRIVATE from FloodSlicer on Vimeo.

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ryan & leveson

angus

journal wst mel

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91-95 Dudley Street seen above is up for construction tender

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3-5 Bedford Place refused during last week or so

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^^ Refused, do we know why?

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Development & Planning

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