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WEST MELBOURNE | Rossyln Street - 185 Rosslyn Street | Multiple buildings | Mixed Use

Mark Baljak's picture
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Worthy of its own thread. Images courtesy Rothelowman

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Peter Maltezos's picture

^^ Nice, but I would have added a bit more colour. smiley

Must add that the overall heights and shapes are excellent, especially the tall building anchoring the corner. yes

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Bilby's picture

Looks quite retro! (in a 1960s way).

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Andrew's picture

Lookin' good. It'd be nice if the council started planning to pedestrianise some of these streets now that they are no longer only warehouses, remove some of the street parking bays and replace them with planters or median strips with plants. Hell, you could even close one side of the street and make it a wide footpath.

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Mark Baljak's picture

Approved

Trenerry Property Group website

Program: Permit has been obtained.
Construction commencement in 2017 and completion 2019/2020
valued at in-excess of $300 Million
Total Area: Approx 80000 square meters
Specialty Retail: 14 shops and Medical centre
Supermarket: Full Line Aldi Supermarket
Hotel NSA: 4 star Adina Hotel - 93 serviced
Apartments: Approximately 400 apartments
Private Residential
Gardens: Approx 2000 sqm of private resident gardens
including 25 meter lap pool and BBQ facilities
Public Realm
(Retail etc): Approx 1500 sqm of public open space
including a new public park to be vested with the
Melbourne City Council and new public arcade/lane
Carparks: Over 500 car parks

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gs.rusty's picture

What a fun looking development. I'll be very interested to see how the final palette of materials actually looks, and to what standard the construction detailing achieves.

Do we have access to the ground floor plans and the interaction of the ground units with the internal and external streets and public/private gardens and parks?

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Mark Baljak's picture

Not at the moment, we should be able to get plans/internals in the new year. Should go to sales around that point I hear

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