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An outlook on Southbank’s development surge

10 Mar 2016

An outlook on Southbank’s development surge Image

With some more major projects such as Australia 108 and the Kavanagh St block now on the horizon, some renders provided to us by Urban Melbourne show that the property boom in Southbank is only just getting started.

Urban Melbourne’s Laurence Dragomir kindly provided these renders to Southbank Local News, which were part of an online story published on Urban Melbourne February 4.

The diagrams show approved projects in blue, as well as projects under construction in green. These include:

  • Australia 108;
  • 1-11 Balston St;
  • Opus Tower;
  • 2 Riverside Quay;
  • Shadow Play;
  • Marco Apartments; and
  • Platinum Tower.

Still missing from the bottom image is Schiavello and Crown Resort’s forthcoming 317-metre proposal for 1 Queensbridge St, Southbank and Central Equity’s plans for 71-87 City Rd.

With a few extra buildings pending approval marked in red, the renders are an interesting look at what’s in store for Southbank’s skyline.

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