Pellicano Group

Alke adds another buyer option to the strengthening Oakleigh apartment market

Based on the flow of planning applications into Oakleigh, the suburb was identified by Urban Melbourne as an emerging apartment hot spot at the turn of 2016. Oakleigh's apartment-driven regeneration has now taken a step forward with the official launch of another major apartment project. Mount Waverley-based developer Pellicano has pulled the trigger on Alke, their latest residential project that will add 89 dwellings along Oakleigh's Atherton...

Ballarat’s historic station precinct set to be transformed

Ballarat's station precinct is set to be transformed, following last week's announcement that the Pellicano Group has been awarded the rights to develop a new conference centre and hotel facility. Premier Daniel Andrews last week joined Minister for Regional Development Jaala Pulford, Member for Wendouree Sharon Knight and Member for Buninyong Geoff Howard to announce the winning team to build the $44 million project which seeks to kick-start...

Pellicano Group cements Oakleigh as an upcoming apartment hotspot

Builder turned developer Pellicano Group is seeking approval for a residential apartment development in Oakleigh that promises to further propel the suburb toward higher density living. The Mount Waverley-based firm is proposing 111 residential apartments at 89-93 Atherton Road which if approved would become the tallest building within the suburb. Over a 2,620sqm site, the land in question is located on the north side of Atherton Road and is...

Transport & Design

Saturday, April 21, 2018 - 14:00
The City of Melbourne has released the latest discussion paper that is being used to inform submissions on its transport policy refresh. The daily population of the municipality is projected to grow from 900,000 today to 1,400,000 by 2036 and the council is looking to refresh all facets of its transport strategy.