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Golden Age Group adds The Glen to their portfolio

It was announced this morning that Golden Age Group will develop the residential component of The Glen. Vicinity Centres with co-owner Perron Group have decided to sell the air rights above the centre which is at the starting point of its multi-million dollar redevelopment. Urban Melbourne reported last month on Vicinity's construction launch of the $490 million project, which will expand the existing centre to include 78,000 square metres of...
Render displaying an exterior aerial view of the intended Sky One apartment building at Box Hill

Golden Age Group set to launch Sky One

Final touches are being applied to the Sky One display suite in preparation for the project's sales launch this Saturday. Gold in colour and mimicking the tower's eventual shape, the display suite is located at 545 Station Street, Box Hill. Extensively covered by Urban Melbourne thus far, the tower is set to become a Box Hill landmark with developer Golden Age Group poised to accept reservations for what they believe will be a project that...

Box Hill rises to new heights; is 150 metres out of the question?

As if dispelling any doubt that Box Hill is the apartment powerhouse in Melbourne's middle-ring suburbs, a number of planning applications are before City of Whitehorse seeking to further boost the emerging skyline. Golden Age Group have requested a planning amendment to the approved 545-563 Station Street which would see an overall height of the tower increase to 122.8 metres, enabling the project to take the mantle as Box Hill's tallest...

Six premier residential developments jostle for the spotlight

In addition to news of a new iconic design for 447 Collins Street , last week also yielded additional information on a handful of other sizeable Melbourne residential developments. Spanning four separate suburbs, the six proposals are all substantial towers with the smallest containing some 321 dwellings. All bar one of the six have been championed by established property players which maintain a national presence, and combined are capable of...

Golden Age Group set their sights upon the luxury residential sector

The premium residential market is firmly in Melbourne-based Golden Age Group's sights, with two residential projects signifying the developer's willingness to cater for the pointy end of the market. On the recent opening of Opera Melbourne's display at 450 St Kilda Road, Urban Melbourne spoke with Golden Age Group's Project Management and Sales Director, Ronald Chan. Joining Opera in the pursuit of the luxury sector is the release of Collins...

Collins House a precursor of things to come

Late last week it was announced that two of Melbourne's more dynamic property developers have teamed in order to jointly deliver what will become one of Melbourne's premier addresses. South Melbourne-based Asian Pacific Group has taken a development shareholding in Collins House , a 57 level residential development, and in doing so has cemented what is expected to become a long-term relationship with fellow developer Golden Age Group. In fitting...

466 Collins Street emerges as Collins House Melbourne

Golden Age Group has in recent weeks commenced preliminary exposure for their latest project which promises to be one of Melbourne's most prominent skyscrapers. After snapping up the prized 460-466 Collins Street site during 2014 for a reported $25 million, the developer has christened the tower Collins House Melbourne, with an active website taking registrations of interest for what may well become one of Melbourne's most sought after addresses...

In focus > The Emerald @ 35 Albert Road, Melbourne

Melbourne-based developer Golden Age Group will this week begin handing over apartments within their latest residential project dubbed The Emerald. Only a select few of the 289 dwellings remain available within the tower located in a pocket of Melbourne becoming increasingly popular with apartment developers and owner-occupiers alike. Head contractor Equiset has joined Golden Age Group in the final stages of inspection and delivery of all...

The rise and rise of Golden Age

Keen observers would have noted the increased media attention surrounding Melbourne-based property developer Golden Age in the lead up to the official launch of their most notable project, the gleaming Victoria One on Elizabeth Street. An informative piece on company head Jeff Xu was published last week in the Financial Review , outlining the rise and rise of both man and company as Golden Age continues to assert itself upon the Melbourne...
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Development & Planning

Tuesday, August 22, 2017 - 12:00
Architecture practice HASSELL is heading design efforts for a new office development with an end value of $163 million that will see job search firm SEEK take root within Cremorne. The atypically shaped campus-style building was lodged with City of Yarra earlier this month, nominating a large land parcel at 60-88 Cremorne Street as SEEK's new headquarters.

Policy, Culture & Opinion

Wednesday, August 9, 2017 - 12:00
Carolyn Whitzman , University of Melbourne Liveability is an increasingly important goal of Australian planning policy. And creating cities where residents can get to most of the services they need within 20 to 30 minutes has been proposed, at both federal and state level, as a key liveability-related mechanism.

Visual Melbourne

Thursday, August 10, 2017 - 12:00
Part Three follows on from the Part One: Yarra's Edge and Part Two: Victoria Harbour. The focus of today's piece will be NewQuay and Harbour Town, the northern most precincts within Docklands. NewQuay NewQuay was the first precinct to open way back in 2003 and has probably evolved the most.

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Transport & Design

Tuesday, August 22, 2017 - 00:00
Comment It was looking flakey already but now with the announcement over the weekend that the on-again, off-again rail port shuttles are back on the agenda, the West Gate Tunnel project has gone beyond barely scraping through the sniff test to stinking to high heaven.

Sustainability & Environment

Monday, August 21, 2017 - 12:00
The notion of Melbourne becoming a 20-minute City has been explored heavily in recent times. Seeking to provide Melburnians with the ability to 'live locally', the 20-minute City, in essence, strives to provide people with the ability to meet most of their everyday needs within a 20-minute walk, cycle or local public transport trip of their home.