Fridcorp – Avenue 627 Chapel Street Mixed-Use Tower – Victoria - Project Profile
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Fridcorp is planning to build a mixed-use tower in South Yarra, Melbourne, Australia.
The project involves the construction of a 37-story mixed-use tower comprising 372 apartments in a 1,529m2 area. It includes the construction of a cafe, a two level of office space, retail units, 265 parking spaces and related facilities.
Elenberg Fraser Architects has been appointed as the architects, Meinhardt Pty Ltd as planning consultant, One Mile Grid as the traffic consultant, and Murchie Consulting as the lead consultants.
Leigh Design Pty Ltd has been appointed to provide the waste management plans, MEL Consultants to provide wind analysis, Bosco Jonson as the surveyor and Webber Design Pty Ltd as the Structural engineer.
In March 2015, Fridcorp acquired the project site for US$30 million.
In June 2015, Fridcorp submitted project plans to Stonnington City Council.
In September 2016, the Stonnington City Council rejected the project plans.
The project involves the construction of a 37-story mixed-use tower comprising 372 apartments in a 1,529m2 area in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
The US$468 million project includes the following: