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Pop-up park

05 Dec 2013

A temporary park opening at Yarra’s Edge in December will add some extra green space to the precinct.

Yarra’s Edge developer Mirvac is working with the City of Melbourne and Places Victoria to create a temporary parkland on an unused future development site.

The site is located and the corner of Point Park Crescent and South Wharf Drive, between Point Park and the Yarra’s Edge townhouses.

Speaking at the Docklands Community forum on November 27, Places Victoria officer Ronan Mellan said Mirvac had committed $200,000 to the project.

He said the council would test the suitability of new trees in Docklands.

According to a Mirvac spokesperson, the park includes grass and areas of garden beds and will provide amenity for Yarra’s Edge residents and visitors.

The park is expected to exist for at least three years before development on the site begins.

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