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New Docklands land release

01 Mar 2011

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VicUrban has found some more Docklands land to sell and is offering developers two hectares of mainly fresh air above Wurundjeri Way, between Collins St and Flinders St.

In the process, it has turned 140 metres of worthless bridge into 140 metres of exclusive frontage on Melbourne’s most exclusive business address – Collins St.

Planning Minister Matthew Guy made the announcement on-site with VicUrban acting CEO Sam Sangster and Docklands general manager Simon Wilson on February 24.

Mr Guy said a registration of interest process would be advertised nationally and internationally but said he did not know how much money the Government would make from the sale.

“The ability to provide such exceptional opportunity for mixed-use development so close to the CBD is one of Melbourne’s competitive advantages over other capital cities,” Mr Guy said.

“Adjacent to Southern Cross Station and neighbouring the sophisticated Media House building, this site will see the gap closed along Melbourne’s prestigious Collins St and become a gateway development linking the historic CBD with Docklands.”

Registrations of interest close on March 22, with the successful bidder expected to be announced early next year.

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