Tag: Queen Victoria Market renewal precinct
NH Architecture has developed alternative options for the renewal of Queen Victoria Market after Heritage Victoria blocked a proposal to construct a three-level basement beneath the market.
Construction has begun on the large-scale community and residential development of a site adjacent to the historic Queen Victoria Markets in central Melbourne.
The City of Melbourne will review its plans to renew and update the Queen Victoria Market in central Melbourne, after its plans failed to obtain a heritage permit.
Plans for a $250 million redevelopment of the Queen Victoria Market by Grimshaw Architects have hit a snag after Heritage Victoria refused a permit application.
Revised plans for the redevelopment of Melbourne’s Queen Vic Market has seen a “Market Garden” pavilion by Breathe significantly reduced in size.
A design by Grimshaw Architects will see heritage sheds of the Melbourne’s Queen Victoria Market restored and a three-level basement constructed underneath.
Affordable housing units will be moved from the proposed 195-metre tower to accommodate lower mandatory height controls.
The City of Melbourne has unveiled the designs for a 196-metre tower and a low-rise community hub on a council-owned site adjacent to the Queen Victoria Market.
The City of Melbourne has announced Breathe Architecture will design a new market pavilion with an elevated greenhouse to accommodate for traders during the redevelopment of the Queen Victoria Market.