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6-14 Young Street, Moonee Ponds

6-14 Young Street, Moonee Ponds. Planning image: Buchan Group
Architect: 
Building Type: 
High-rise
Number of Buildings: 
2
Roof Height(s) - metres: 
56.3
Floor count: 
5, 16
Amenities: 
Cinema, gym, lounge, pool
Suburb: 
Project Status: 
Number of Dwellings: 
151
Site Area: 
2,172.00 square metres
Nearby Public Transport: 
Moonee Ponds Junction
Bike Spaces: 
46
Car Spaces: 
240

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