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Hamilton Marino Builders, Urban Develop and CHT Architects have acquired plans to build a boutique 105-key hotel situated in Collingwood.
The joint venture will see a nine-level hotel and residential building built under the name C&L on the corner of Oxford, Cambridge and Langridge streets.
The development will be built using the exterior of the heritage-listed, Dyason & Co cordial factory facade.
The hotel will be placed on C&L’s ground floor with the remaining residential luxurious apartments above for sale.
The development was designed to resemble an iconic landmark that would do justice to the location while elevating the notion of inner-city apartment living in Melbourne.
The project’s progress has been unaffected by COVID-19 and 70% of 35 apartments have been already sold to occupiers.
The site is worth a combined $85m which is split in three by the three owners.
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Hamilton Marino has a strong pipeline of multi-million developments in Melbourne spanning from;
The Boathouse apartments in Maribyrnong Park budgeted between $48-52m and comprising 190 apartments with three retail spaces;
The Peak apartments on La Trobe Street, consisting of 45 above-ground levels with 177 apartments budgeted between $45-50m;
The Grove budgeted at $80m in Brunswick West including 325 apartments spread across three separate buildings with common spaces, health clubs, business centres and spas. And,
The $40m Marriot Courtyard accommodation located in the Docklands and making up 150 guest rooms over 16 floors.
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