Growland has sought to increase the size of all but one of the six towers that constitutes its Victoria Square development.
A revised planning application was put before Maribyrnong City Council, seeking to add between four and five levels across five separate buildings, as well as a fourfold increase in commercial space across the development.
This revision comes as Growland pursues sales for Victoria Square's most recently released tower, VS02.
“Interest from foreign buyers is slowing due to regulatory changes,” said Ronald Chan, CEO of Growland, “So the market has adapted to meet the preferences of the local owner-occupier market, which is quickly gaining in strength … The scale of Victoria Square and VS02 means we can offer a significantly diverse range of residences.”
VS02's greater design diversity includes three kitchen designs, two color schemes, and a wide array of floor plates. One-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments are available, and include flexible breakout zones in the living spaces.
Although part of a wider six-tower development designed by Kavellaris Urban Design, VS02 will carry interior finishes independent to those of the first tower.
On the amenities front, the entire development will include an Australian-first outdoor running track, fitness zones, split-level dining room, and a Warde Street laneway retail hub.
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