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“Docklands” site to be developed

03 Apr 2014

Little Projects will develop an 8000 sqm industrial site just outside of Docklands.

Located at 85 Lorimer St, the site was purchased from Marina Darlings Capo Nero group for $18.5 million last month.

Interestingly, Little Projects’ media release on the acquisition states the site is located in Docklands.

However, 85 Lorimer St actually falls actually falls within postcode 3006, which is South Wharf.

Managing director of Little Projects Michael Fox said the site had the potential to accommodate up to 1500 apartments.

Mr Fox said planning had already commenced on the site and plans would be revealed in due course.

“We look forward to working with the Minister’s office and the new Metropolitan Planning Authority to realise the Minister’s vision for the urban renewal of the Fishermans Bend precinct,” Mr Fox said.

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