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Oxley Apartments - 46 Stanley St, Collingwood

Oxley Apartments - 46 Stanley St, Collingwood. Image © Elenberg Fraser
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Mid-rise
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4, 7, 8, 9
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Number of Dwellings/NLA: 
227
Bike Spaces: 
246
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