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SOUTHBANK | 18 Moray Street | 38L | Residential

lovesny2001us's picture
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Hi, I have recently moved in on City road and wished to track this project - 18 Moray Street. It is supposed to be 38 floor high rise on Moray Street. The spot seems quite small and I am not sure if it will make for a nice residential spot. The brochure also talks about retail space. The land was sold in Sept 2016 but I haven't seen any progress so far.

please share your thoughts. Thank you!

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Mark Baljak's picture

Construction tender is being prepared for the project, so we'll find out soon enough.

It may not be the best spot, but at least the views will be maintained for some time

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lovesny2001us's picture

Thanks Mark, looking forward to new updates! I wonder if retail space will add value to this end of City Rd. The Moray St has been quiet and doesn't feel very crowded yet.

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Ryan Seychell's picture

Demolition looks to have begun on this one, has it even gone to sales?

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lovesny2001us's picture

I haven't seen sales marketing yet.

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zenith's picture

*nimby klaxon*

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Mark Baljak's picture

serviced apartments?

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Ryan Seychell's picture

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Ryan Seychell's picture

Site cleared:

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redden's picture

There was a rig there on Thursday, but they were only soil testing.

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redden's picture

They're excavating.

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Mark Baljak's picture

ABD Group is the builder

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