Promising an incredible lifestyle precinct in increasingly popular Footscray, Victoria Square is tapping into the area’s energetic transformation.
Developer Growland is creating the kind of mixed-use precinct from which both new residents and the existing community will benefit. And the scale is one that’s unprecedented in Footscray.
Says Ronald Chan, Growland CEO, “The Joseph Road precinct, and Footscray at large is undergoing an intense transformation, with $2.6 billion worth of public and private investment planned through to 2021. Growland’s promise is that Victoria Square will deliver a vibrant new precinct through will add to the urban character of Footscray.”
Once completed, Victoria Square will include six residential towers, underpinned by a vibrant mix of retail to add genuine lifestyle value to the area.
Explains Mr Chan, “We know how important the culture of Footscray is. That’s why we’ve chosen to integrate 3,000sqm of retail into Victoria Square to support its future growth, adding restaurants, cafes, and a shopping precinct for the wider community.”
This level of retail and amenity will have an additional benefit to the area, as a catalyst to boosting the local economy and increasing job opportunities.
The types and price range of Victoria Square’s apartments will encourage a diverse mix of residents to the project. Priced well below Melbourne’s median for a one-bedroom apartment, the one bedroom plus study options start at just $298,000 and ensure Footscray’s established residents are not priced out of the development.> Click here for the full article.