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Carlton North Italian icon set to sell after half a century
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Carlton North Italian icon set to sell after half a century
Aficionados of quality imported Italian goods have the chance to create the ultimate top-shelf Carlton North conversion.
Carlton Rydges hits market for first time in 20 years
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Carlton Rydges hits market for first time in 20 years
A Rydges hotel site in inner-city Melbourne has hit the market for the first time in 20 years, with price expectations of more than $40 million.
Chinese investor sinks teeth into Dracula’s
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Chinese investor sinks teeth into Dracula’s
A Melbourne-based Chinese investor has paid more than $10 million for the home of Australia’s longest-running theatre restaurant – Dracula’s Cabaret Show & Dinner in Melbourne.
Dracula’s cabaret venue a once-in-30-years opportunity
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Dracula’s cabaret venue a once-in-30-years opportunity
The former home of Australia’s longest-running theatre restaurant, Dracula’s Caberet Show & Dinner in inner-city Melbourne, is to be sold for the first time in almost three decades. The iconic venue, which is preserved today …
Carlton Connect tech precinct gathers pace
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Carlton Connect tech precinct gathers pace
Lend Lease has scooped up the development rights to one of Melbourne’s major education and technology hubs, the Carlton Connect precinct, in what has been billed as a new innovation precinct for the city. This article originally appeared on theaustralian.com.au/property.
Minister flags tough penalties after Corkman Irish Pub demolished
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Minister flags tough penalties after Corkman Irish Pub demolished
Victoria’s Planning Minister is considering new penalties for developments that affect heritage buildings following the unauthorised demolition of the Melbourne University law school’s favourite watering hole. This article originally appeared on theaustralian.com.au/property.
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