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East Brunswick Village - Nicholson Street, Brunswick East

East Brunswick Village - 127 Nicholson Street, Brunswick East. Image: The Graphical Thread
LGA: 
Architect: 
Building Type: 
Mid-rise
Number of Buildings: 
7
Floor count: 
5-6
Project Status: 
Developer: 
Number of Dwellings: 
603
Site Area: 
21,300.00 square metres
Nearby Public Transport: 
Tram 96
Bike Spaces: 
752
Car Spaces: 
746

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Development & Planning

Wednesday, December 13, 2017 - 12:00
The swirl of development activity in Footscray has found another gear as new projects are submitted for approval, or are on the verge of beginning construction. Two separate planning applications have been advertised by Maribyrnong City Council; their subsequent addition to the Urban Melbourne Project Database has seen the overall number of apartment developments within Footscray in development swell to 40.

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Transport & Design

Friday, December 15, 2017 - 11:00
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