695-699 La Trobe Street, Docklands

695-699 La Trobe Street, Docklands. Image © Fender Katsalidis
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2,692.00 square metres
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Tram 30 & 86
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Docklands progress update February 2016

On a sunny summer's day I decided to jump on my bike and cycle down to Docklands to compile a visual essay of the construction progress and future developments occurring down at the docks. As the lead image accompanying this article illustrates, development is creeping ever closer to the Bolte Bridge with possibly a decade's worth of construction remaining for the area before it is considered 'complete'. Beyond this however, the area will no...

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695-699 La Trobe Street. © FKA

The 4 Step > 695-699 La Trobe Street

The subject of today's article is a proposal for a residential tower on a prominent Docklands site. Acquired by Salta Properties back in December 2008, the site sits on the corner of Harbour Esplanade and provides an opportunity for a major contribution to the Esplanade and as an entry statement for Docklands.
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