820 Whitehorse Road, Box Hill

820 Whitehorse Road, Box Hill. Image: Longriver
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Level 6 amenities level
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Site Area: 
1,835.00 square metres
Nearby Public Transport: 
Box Hill Station & Tram 109
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One Box Hill behemoth arrives whilst another beckons

Dual development sites are adding to Box Hill's skyward push. Located opposite one another, 843 Whitehorse Road and 845-851 Whitehorse Road both have the potential to accommodate substantial towers. Selling agent Savills last week listed 843 Whitehorse Road on Development Sites Melbourne, billing the site as Box Hill's best corner development opportunity. Located within Box Hill's 'Major Development Precinct' the site is set to be rezoned as...

A new order: 820 Whitehorse Road, Box Hill

Box Hill continues its evolution into a high density activity centre with a fresh town planning application under assessment for a 30-storey residential tower at 820 Whitehorse Road, rising to a height of 99.78 metres. Designed by Fender Katsalidis for Longriver Group, the proposal seeks to join a growing list of high rise residential towers in the area such as SkyOne (36-storeys / 122.8m) and Whitehorse Towers (36-storeys / 115m + 26-storeys /...
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