Savills is delighted to offer for sale a blue-chip development opportunity located within one of Melbourne's most prized suburbs at 110 Denmark Street, Kew. This property represents an exciting opportunity to deliver a luxury apartment project, ideally located on the doorstep of Kew junction.
Key attributes of this fantastic opportunity are: Prime 663sq m* corner site Commercial 1 Zone Prominent frontage to Denmark Street with side and rear lane access Permit approved for 9-level project comprising 28 apartments + retail (average 109sq m*) Boutique project with no more than 5 apartments per floor + large rooftop terrace Project designed by market leading KUD architects Superb and highly connected Kew Junction position Vibrant surrounding retail precinct along High Street which includes Leo's Fine Food & Wine and Woolworths supermarket A rare chance to secure a high quality, boutique inner eastern permitted site
For Sale by Expressions of Interest closing Wednesday 12 May at 2pm.
For further information please contact: Clinton Baxter - 0413 569 888 Jesse Radisich - 0402 085 702 Julian Heatherich - 0412 995 655
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Property Type:Commercial Land
Block Size:663 m²*
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