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More apartments for Digital Harbour

31 Jul 2014

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Planning Minister Matthew Guy has approved a new dual-tower residential building for Digital Harbour, worth $78 million.

To be located behind the planned The Altus hotel and apartment development, the building will feature a 24-storey and a 13-storey tower above a shared podium.

The building will comprise 261 apartments, four retail tenancies and 406 car parks, 300 of which will be used for a private car park.

Digital Harbour director David Napier said he was pleased to obtain planning approval and said the twin tower complex would complement the soon-to-be constructed The Altus.

“Both 48 Digital Drive and The Altus will overlook and be separated by a fully landscaped public open space to be handed over to the City of Melbourne on completion,” Mr Napier said.

“These buildings will complete the north end of the Digital Harbour precinct and the new park will provide a landing pad for the proposed pedestrian footbridge across Dudley St, connecting Digital Harbour to the new E-Gate precinct soon to be announced by the State Government for redevelopment as a major residential enclave.”

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