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SOUTHBANK | 51-65 CLARKE ST | 233M | 70L | RESIDENTIAL

Riddlz's picture
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Andrew's picture

Loving it. It has a similar design to the original 248-250 Sturt Street proposal before that got dumbed down to a boring box.

If Elysium finally happens these two should be great neighbours.

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Mark Baljak's picture

One of the more interesting designs come up for a while

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Peter Maltezos's picture

^^ That's the way!

Not that hard to get an interesting twist (pardon the pun) to the standard rectangular box. yessmileyyes

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Riddlz's picture
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Mark Baljak's picture

Will be a good addition on Southbank

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3000's picture

Not bad. What will be in that rather large podium?

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Qantas743's picture

3 or so years to commence construction. Hopefully the market will have improved so this one has plenty of time.

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Dean's picture

Fkn lol. Consistent 80%+ clearance rates, double digit growth year on year. Probably the largest boom in Australian history but you're still fkn negative and in fairy land. get a life.
Or maybe you're talking about the port headland market??

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Melb on's picture

I agree Dean, all he does is bag Andrews/Wynne and rave on about how good things would be under that fool Liberal Guy. One more negative from this one and we should have him 'removed'............

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Melb on's picture

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Melb on's picture

From the Forum......................of course.

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Qantas743's picture

Banning people from having opinions goes down really well in North Korea. Perhaps you should move there if you love the concept so much.

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MelbourneGuy's picture

It is a forum after all boys and everyone's entitled to their views.

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3000's picture

Doesn't mean he isn't a knob.

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Bilby's picture

... and girls.

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Primal Beauty's picture

Yay...all the girls are on my team!

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Adrian's picture

Approved at full height one would presume ..

Who is the developer again ? This will sort of make up for its defunct neighbour presuming it's not just more flip bait ...

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Mark Baljak's picture

Newcity Development (One) Pty Ltd - part of Newcity Development Group/Brilliland Group from China

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Riddlz's picture

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Mark Baljak's picture

If 54 Clarke gets up alongside this, they'll be two of the better looking buildings in Melbourne

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Qantas743's picture

Those renders mean this is either about to be marketed or about to be flipped.

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