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Gladstone Street, Montague

The redevelopment of Montague in the Fishermans Bend Urban Renewal Area has begun in earnest in one block in Gladstone Street.

After a period of uncertainty between governments, applications are being assessed according to the interim planning controls announced by Minister Wynne on April 17th. The applications in this section of Gladstone Street were considered and approved by the City of Port Phillip.

No sooner were permits issued than projects got underway.

Here is a visual summary of the state of play in one block of Gladstone Street between Boundary and Montague Streets in June 2015.

179 Gladstone Street 

Between old and new – bearing the dual identity of Romsey and Custom.

Custom Apartments - Jackson Clements Burrows

Custom Apartments – Jackson Clements Burrows

179 Gladstone Street – Custom South Melbourne

(approved by the City of Port Phillip on 21 April 2015)

  • Architects Jackson Clements Burrows
  • 7 level building
  • 16 dwellings
  • 1 bicycle parking space per dwelling to be located on the ground floor
  • 1 visitor bicycle parking space
  • a maximum of 10 carparking spaces

To see the plans and elevation drawings visit the City of Port Phillip website.

188 Gladstone St


The sale of 188 Gladstone St on 11 June set ‘a record price’ ‘beyond expectation’

165-167 Gladstone Street – Nightfall


165-167 Gladstone Street, Montague

165-167 Gladstone Street – Nightfall

(approved by the City of Port Phillip on 21 April 2015)

  • Architects DKO
  • 8 levels
  • 45 dwellings
  • 22 carparking spaces
  • 30 bicycle parking spaces

For images of the development to be called Nightfall, visit the BPM website


Night falls on the Montague precinct

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