Council come back to table with new development plans

Council come back to table with new development plans

Melbourne City Council abandon plans to dig beneath four of the market’s heritage sheds

The latest proposal would still deliver 1000 car parks for market customers, which has long been a contentious issue, but they would be contained within a 38-storey apartment tower on the corner of Queen and Therry streets and a future development site on Franklin Street.

A new public space larger than Federation Square would replace the open-air carpark at Queen Victoria Market under the latest proposed redevelopment of the 141-year-old landmark.

 

Read more about the proposal and next steps here