Harris HMC are the preferred builder for Penny Lane, a collection of premium mixed-use residences in Moonee Ponds valued at circa $50m.
Penny Lane is a residential project focused on lifestyle, with innovative architecture and what has been described as ‘laneway culture,’ featuring cinema outlets and al fresco dining within the space.
Harris HMC has been awarded the construction of two buildings within the project.
Building A, which is primarily residential, includes ground floor retail space, 111 apartments across 9 storeys, and a three-level basement car park. Building B – five storeys of cold shell retail and the retention and restoration of the existing façade on Puckle St.
Harris HMC will work alongside ClarkeHopkinsClarke Architects, APP Corporation and Giancorp Property Group.
Builders that also tendered for this project included ABD Group, Crema Construction, Ireland Brown Constructions, and Hickory.
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Penny Lane is located at 23 Puckle Street, Moonee Ponds, neighbouring Moonee Valley racecourse, Queens Park and Moonee Ponds station.
Residents will share access to communal spaces including a podium garden, full-line gymnasium and private lounge, designer kitchen facilities and dining rooms for social gatherings.
Harris HMC has a portfolio of similarly-natured mixed-use developments including;
Northcote Hill Apartments, valued at $12.8m and comprising 9 apartments and 35 townhouses.
The Gascoigne Apartment complex, a seven-storey building complex in Malvern East valued at 15.7m. And;
The You & I apartments located at 450 Smith Street Collingwood, comprising 63 apartments and valued at over $17m.
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