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Our newest Docklanders

30 Jun 2010

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Docklands’ newest residents are now moving into the exclusive River precinct at Yarra’s Edge.

Some 31 new households are set to make River precinct their home. The first Riverfront resident arrived on their private boat and many others confirmed their enthusiasm about the excitement and diversity city living offers, easily accessible from their private waterfront sanctuary at Yarra’s Edge.

Nick Theodossi Snr has purchased a riverfront residence and will call Yarra’s Edge home when he moves in at the end of the year.

“It will be a fantastic change to our lifestyle. My family and I are really looking forward to making the move and living with the river on our doorstep,” Mr Theodossi said.

Keen to make the move as soon as they could, his two children, Nick Jnr and Dion have already moved into their new home.

Mirvac Victoria CEO John Carfi said: “The delivery of our vision for River precinct has seen the ultimate inner city residences constructed on Melbourne’s waterfront. This prime real estate will be sought after for years to come.”

The River precinct boasts the only low rise, strata free homes at Docklands. Individually designed homes feature unrivalled city and water views with a select few enjoying their own marina berths at their doorstep.

With the first stage of River now complete, plans are progressing well for the final stages which will make this the last opportunity to own such a unique offering of prime waterfront real estate in the city. Prices are anticipated to range from $1.3 million to more than $6 million.

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