447 Collins St, the former Suncorp building a 27-storey tower, which has sat empty since 2012 when a slab from the building smashed onto the forecourt below is about to finally come face to face with the demolition ball. Work is due to commence from this week and is expected to take 12 months.
Mirvac Group has cleared another round of regulations and lodged the development application for its 477 Collins Street, Melbourne project, estimated to be worth between $500 million to $600 million upon completion.
Located in Melbourne’s mid-town area, it will be the largest building constructed by Mirvac in Australia and will incorporate the heritage facade of the Olderfleet buildings, with a new 50,000 square metre office at the rear.
The façade is three buildings designed and constructed between 1887 and 1889. Each was conceptualised by different architects and as a result reflect varying styles of Gothic and Romanesque Victorian architecture.
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