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NewQuay keeps growing

03 Sep 2019

MAB has submitted plans for its next residential development at NewQuay.

The developer submitted a planning application to the City of Melbourne last month for a 24-storey mixed-use development at 473-505 Docklands Drive.

The development, known as Lot H, is situated on a 2270sqm site (pictured) in the western precinct of NewQuay fronting Docklands Drive and directly opposite Ron Barrassi Snr Park. 

A development plan for this area was approved by Minister for Planning Richard Wynne in 2018. The west precinct includes a linear park connecting the centre of NewQuay to Barassi Snr Park, flanked by five residential buildings.

A MAB spokesperson said that the Lot H proposal was consistent with the development plan and would include 195 apartments and 500 sqm of office space if approved.

“Under MAB’s proposal, the final two stages of the linear park will be completed, adding more than 3500 sqm of new parkland to NewQuay,” the spokesperson added.

The design team includes landscape architects Aspect Studio for the public areas, while award-winning firm Freadman White Architects is responsible for the new building. 

“Lot H continues MAB’s record for partnering with innovative designers and producing leading developments which challenge the status quo and add to the diversity, character and amenity of this part of Docklands,” the spokesperson said.

The City of Melbourne is the responsible authority for the application. 

 

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