555 Collins Melbourne CBD Apartment

555 Collins – Freehold Apartment in Melbourne CBD

555 Collins is a residential apartment block at 555 Collins Street, in the heart of the Melbourne CBD. It is just round the corner from Southern Cross train station, and offers easy access to RMIT and Melbourne University as well as close proximity to eateries, shopping and parks. The development features a total of 625 […]

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380 Melbourne – Freehold Apartment in Melbourne CBD

380 Melbourne is a new build residential apartment in the Melbourne CBD. Located opposite Melbourne Central, it is highly convenient and walkable with RMIT and Bourke Street Mall both 5 minutes’ walk away. Buses and trams are available at the front of the building and it is a 10-minute tram ride to the University of […]

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Avant Melbourne Australia

Avant – Freehold Apartment next to RMIT Melbourne, Australia

| Location Map | Floor Plans | Price | Avant is a new freehold apartment in the Melbourne CBD, Australia. Located at 60 A’Beckett Street, it occupies a convenient and central location that’s extremely walkable – eateries, shopping malls, retail outlets and parks are all within easy reach: 1 minute’s walk to RMIT University 4 […]

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Conservatory – Freehold Apartments in Melbourne CBD, Australia

[xyz_lbx_default_code] | Location Map | Site Plan | Floor Plans | Price | Conservatory is a new freehold apartment development at 9-23 Mackenzie Street in the CBD of Melbourne, Australia. Its prime location offers accessibility and convenience that is second to none. It is literally next door to RMIT University (just a 3 minute stroll), […]

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Light House Melbourne Skyline

Light House Melbourne – Apartment in the CBD

| Location Map | Site Plan | Floor Plans | Price | Light House is a new residential development in Melbourne, Australia. Located in the heart of the CBD, it is walking distance to landmarks such as Melbourne Central Station, Queen Victoria Market, RMIT, Myer and David Jones. Public transport is also abundant, with trams, […]

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