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Back to original plan for 1000 LaTrobe St

28 Mar 2018

Back to original plan for 1000 LaTrobe St Image

Development site 1000 LaTrobe St has arrived back where it started – as a commercial office proposal.

The site in Digital Harbour received a planning permit from Matthew Guy in 2013 for a 23-storey office tower. In 2016, attempts were made to reposition the offering as a 28-storey apartment tower.

Poly Australia bought the site last year and appears to have dusted off the 2013 permit.

It says it intends to develop a 24-storey A-grade office tower featuring approximately 31,000sqm of net leasing area.

“1000 La Trobe Street will be Poly Australia’s first commercial building in Victoria,” Poly Victoria executive director Steve Wang said.

“As such as intend to ensure that it will become one of Docklands’ most impressive building, both visually and environmentally.”

“Overlooking the Yarra River and the city skyline, we look forward to developing a world-class building that everyone within the Melbourne business district can be proud of.”

In December, Development Victoria granted the developer a two-year permit extension to start the project, which is expected later this year.

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