Salmon Street port Melbourne is a vibrant inner city precinct that is a 3 min drive to Crown Casino in Melbourne CBD, a 7 minute drive to the Hart of Melbourne’s Collins street. Only minutes drive to the port Melbourne beach boasting cafes and parks, walking distance to Melbourne City tram lines. Over the next few years the government has put forward a infrastructure plan right on the front door step of 101 Salmon Street and surrounding area Salmon Street is one of the first 3 major apartments developments to be approved by the state government and the planning minister. The is said to be built up just as Melbourne docklands some 8 years ago which has been a major success for investors and businesses. Port Melbourne is just a short drive to some of the best schools and universities in Melbourne it doesn’t get better than that.
The building will host 202 apartments with 1,2 and 3 bedroom apartments with the last two top levels hosting 12 double size 3 bedroom apartments with city, beach, and park views. The building will also include 250 car park storage sheds. A onsite gym, pool, BBQ areas, hosting 2 retail shops and 7 commercial spaces, roof top gardens all constructed within the one of most advanced energy efficient buildings. All this is adorable living just minutes from Melbourne CDB with apartments priced from just $410K.
•Victorian Minister for Planning Richard Wynne has approved three apartment projects worth $570 million, delivering an estimated 1958 new apartments.
•Mr Wynne made the announcement in Johnson Street South Melbourne, late last week, on the site of a future $400 million development.
•The approved Johnson Street development is smaller than the original proposal, after negotiations with the City of Port Phillip and the developer, and will include significant open space and a public laneway.
•The second-largest approval is a $130 million development for Normanby Road. The development will feature two towers at 39 and 49 storeys high, and will be comprised of 525 apartments.
•The third project on Salmon Street will be a 12-storey $45 million project, with a mix of one, two and three-bedroom apartments.
•”By approving more than half a billion worth of new apartments, this government is allowing more people to live close to jobs, services and public transport,” Mr Wynne said.