TM – Elizabeth Street Mixed-Use Development – Victoria - Project Profile
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Toyota Motor Corporation (TM) is planning to undertake the construction of a residential complex in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
The project involves the construction of four towers of 47-68m height. It includes the construction of 1,010 homes, comrpsing 310 apartments and about 700 student units, 3956.8m2 of commercial space, a 367-space car park, a 1,400-space bicycle parking facility, a 732m2 gym, a 1,413m2 car showroom and related facilities.
Out of four towers, the tallest is a 22-story tower.
SJB Architects has been appointed as architect and Lefta Corporation Pty Ltd as lead consultant.
TM is awaiting final planning approvals.
The project involves the construction of four residential towers of 47-68m height at 611-681 Elizabeth Street in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
The US$156 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of 1,010 apartments
2. Construction of a 732m2 gym
3. Construction of a 1,413m2 car showroom
4. Construction of 3956.8m2 of commercial space
5. Construction of a 1,400-space bicycle parking facility
6. Construction of a 367-space car park
7. Construction of related facilities
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