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850-858 Lorimer Street, Port Melbourne

850-858 Lorimer Street, Port Melbourne. Image © Hayball
Architect: 
Building Type: 
High-rise
Number of Buildings: 
3
Roof Height(s) - metres: 
96.75, 138.75, 144.75
Floor count: 
28, 42, 44
Amenities: 
Pool, garden, public arcade
Project Status: 
Developer: 
Number of Dwellings: 
1,134
Site Area: 
10,100.00 square metres
Nearby Public Transport: 
Bus 237
Bike Spaces: 
631
Car Spaces: 
936

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