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SOUTHBANK | 199 Normanby Road | ~130 m | 40L | Residential

Mark Baljak's picture

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Artisan Architects

Normanby Road Tower
Our latest project in Fisherman’s Bend is a 40 storey Mixed-use development with a strong ESD focus.

Mixed-Use Development
199 Normanby Road, Southbank

262 Apartments / 174 cars
GFA: 28,200m2
NSA: 16,487m2
Office: 325m2

Status: Planning Application lodged November 2013

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Andrew Mck's picture

Not a fan of this style, its dated before it begins.
I just hope its neighbours turn out to be better and this one just fades into the cityscape.

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Melbourne Muse's picture


Marvelous Mega-Melbourne

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