10-level permit approved development site swoops into the Collingwood market

A strategic 681sqm* landholding is being offered to the market within Collingwood, one of Melbourne’s most active development precincts.

33-37 Rupert Street, Collingwood is permit approved for a ten (10) level commercial development aimed at exploiting a clear gap in the Collingwood commercial market which upon completion could offer floor plates between 75sqm – 500sqm.

The landholding is located between major arterials Hoddle Street & Smith Street and has immediate proximity to public transport options including North Richmond Station (450m*) and local tram (50m*) and bicycle networks.

Stonebridge Property Group’s Julian White, Chao Zhang and Max Warren have been appointed to transact the landholding.

“The amenity within the precinct, compounded by a young and vibrant culture, has seen Collingwood become a front runner for office accommodation in Melbourne. There is a clear lack of quality office stock for smaller businesses, with 33-37 Rupert Street, Collingwood targeting this boutique market.” Manager Max Warren commented

“Decentralisation of the Melbourne CBD office market will only further drive demand to the Collingwood precinct as businesses choose the city fringe position over commuting to the Melbourne CBD.”

33-37 Rupert Street, Collingwood is for sale via Expressions of Interest closing 30th September 2021 at 2:00 pm (AEST).


For further information please contact:

Julian White  |  +61 422 764 137  |  JWhite@stonebridge.com.au
Chao Zhang  |  +61 411 625 068  |  CZhang@stonebridge.com.au
Max Warren  |  +61 488 296 892  |  MWarren@stonebridge.com.au


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