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Hey Questo!

11 May 2017

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Clarendon St is the subject of another high-rise application, with a proposal submitted to Minister for Planning Richard Wynne for a 48-storey tower at 52-62 Clarendon St.

Developer Yang Clarendon’s 152-metre proposal comprises 234 one and two-bedroom apartments, which are separated from an additional 128-serviced apartments located throughout its lower levels.

Clarendon St, which already houses Crown Metropol, will also soon be home to a new Peppers Hotel at 64 Clarendon St.

The site abutting the Tea House is also currently the subject of a proposal for a joint hotel-residential tower.

If approved, Yang Clarendon’s $60 million development would further strengthen the precinct’s reputation as an accommodation hub.

Along with Eureka Tower and Australia 108 (currently under construction), it also adds to local architect Fender Katsalidis’ Southbank portfolio with an eye-catching design reminiscent of some of its previous work.  

The application is yet to go before the City of Melbourne for comment.

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