Monthly Archives: November 2021

Bolton Clarke goes electric with Ohmie GO

by on November 30, 2021 0
Bolton Clarke became the first retiree village operator to sign with electric vehicle start-up Ohmie GO to provide an electric mobility solution to residents. Ohmie GO is an electric vehicle sharing company that allows people to access recent models of cars, bikes and vans near their building, usually booked on an hourly basis.... Read More

The Prince Hotel

by on November 23, 2021 0
Over the years, the hotel formerly known as the Prince of Wales has embodied the character of St Kilda in one building, somewhat absorbing the eclectic personalities of the area into one cohesive body. In a previous life, the top floor housed a seedy boutique hotel. Just below, the Circa Hotel’s restaurant was... Read More

Tasman Holiday Parks unveils $300m expansion plan

by on November 19, 2021 0
Among the latest acquisitions is Christchurch TOP10 Holiday Park, a 277-site park with camping and caravan sites as well as chalets and short-term holiday sites. Milne said the location’s strong development was positive and the strategic location aligned with its portfolio of quality assets in iconic destinations. “The recent easing of restrictions has led... Read More

Australia’s second Movenpick hotel has opened in Melbourne, featuring a daily chocolate hour

by on November 18, 2021 0
If you’re the type of traveler – or staycationer – who chooses their hotels for the extra perks and inclusions, then you’ll be particularly excited about the latest addition to Melbourne’s accommodation offerings. Originally slated to launch in May, Mövenpick Hotel Melbourne on Spencer has now opened, marking the Swiss brand’s second location in... Read More

Melbourne loosens more virus brakes

by on November 18, 2021 0
Posted: Nov. 18, 2021, 10:30 a.m. | Update: 18 November 2021 19:12:30 Melbourne pubs and cafes can have unlimited patrons from Thursday evening, while stadiums can return to full capacity as authorities lift nearly all remaining Covid-19 restrictions for residents vaccinated in the second plus large city in Australia, reports Reuters. Victoria, the... Read More

‘Life is getting back to normal’: More COVID-19 restrictions eased in Melbourne

by on November 17, 2021 0
Diners eat outside the Rococo restaurant in St Kilda on the second day of relaxed coronavirus disease (COVID-19) regulations, following a lockdown to curb an outbreak, in Melbourne, Australia, 23 October 2021. REUTERS/Sandra Sanders/File Photo Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register SYDNEY, Nov 18 (Reuters) – Pubs and cafes in Melbourne... Read More

Soon the new St Kilda pier

by on November 17, 2021 0
Work on the new St Kilda Pier will begin soon with the appointment of the main construction partner following a two-stage public tender process. Simpson Constructions to complete $ 53 million Redevelopment of St Kilda Pier project with off-site work starting shortly. Construction along the existing St Kilda Pier is expected to begin... Read More

St Kilda’s new pier is coming soon

by on November 16, 2021 0
Work on the new St Kilda Pier will begin soon with the appointment of the main construction partner following a two-stage public tender process. Ports and Freight Minister Melissa Horne today announced that Simpson Constructions will complete the $ 53 million St Kilda Pier redevelopment project and that off-site work will begin shortly.... Read More

An additional $ 241 million for the redevelopment of the arts district

by on November 16, 2021 0
Redevelopment plans for Melbourne’s Southbank Arts District continue at a steady pace, with the Victorian government this week announcing an additional investment of $ 241 million for major upgrades to the Melbourne Arts Center. The additional funding so far brings the Andrews government’s total investment in the redevelopment of the compound to $... Read More

Parents of students at St Michael’s Grammar in St Kilda, Melbourne, have accused him of body shaming

by on November 16, 2021 0
An elite private school is accused of shaming young students for telling them to ‘cover their shoulders’ when they attend their end-of-year disco St Michael’s Grammar School has been accused of shaming schoolgirls Parents slammed college for asking students to ‘cover their shoulders’ The 6th grade disco invite asked students to cover their shoulders... Read More

New life for Fitzroy Street

by on November 15, 2021 0
The second extension of the Renew program is in the form of a gallery and several new restaurants are opening in Fitzroy Street and the Victorian Pride Center (VPC), already a major landmark for locals and visitors, recently reopened after the locking. RFS’s new property, 77 Fitzroy Street, is easily recognizable as it has... Read More

Accessible members of your local community

by on November 11, 2021 0
Melbourne indie pop outfit Accessible members of your local community just released their great new song, ‘Just Say It’, this week. It’s a song marked by transition: their new member, Sage Mellet, takes over the lead vocals, a first not only for her but for the group as a whole. Things might be... Read More

Intercept gun starting to smoke

by on November 11, 2021 0
CARLTON defenseman Charlotte Wilson has an apt way to describe her rapid rise from unproven youngster to established regular defense at Ikon Park. “They say it takes a village to raise a child, but I also think it takes a village to raise an athlete,” Wilson said. women.afl. For the talented 20-year-old, this... Read More

Historic downtown Des Moines building to be Twisted Vine Brewery’s new home

by on November 10, 2021 0
Twisted Vine Brewery will occupy the first floor of a building at 112 SE Fourth St. in Des Moines. The building is undergoing a $6.3 million renovation. Architectural rendering by Goshe Inclusions A three-story building undergoing a landmark $6.3 million renovation in downtown Des Moines’ Market District will soon house the Twisted Vine Brewery,... Read More

Grants offer more reasons to love my place

by on November 10, 2021 0
A mural of drag legend and St Kilda identity Renee Scott (1951-2012), which will be painted near the Victorian Pride Center in Fitzroy Street, is also part of this year’s $ 100,000 fundraising fund. This follows a mural by St Kilda cultural legend Mirka Mora funded under the previous LMP cycle, delighting passers-by... Read More

Play your part for a safe summer

by on November 9, 2021 0
Hundreds of thousands of visitors flock to our foreshore every year during the warmer months. The numbers are likely to be even higher this summer, as some people who may have gone interstate or overseas for vacations may decide to stay in Victoria due to continued travel uncertainty over the COVID-19 pandemic. Still... Read More

Sarah Sands for sale – realestatesource

by on November 6, 2021 0
Sarah Sands reopened at the end of May. Peregrine Projects sells the Sarah Sands Hotel in Brunswick after redeveloping the site with apartments and extensive retail. The pub is expected to trade for over $ 7 million. It only recently reopened after a C $ 2 million renovation undertaken in partnership with occupier, Australian... Read More

Melbourne attractions reopen this weekend

by on November 5, 2021 0
“While we were closed our gentoo penguins nested, so new aquarium visitors will see all of our beautiful gentoo penguins on their nest incubating their eggs, which is very exciting,” Ms. Le Hunt said. . An adult gentoo penguin with a chick at the Melbourne Sea Life Aquarium. The Melbourne Museum in Carlton... Read More

Alfred rents the entire St Kilda Rd building

by on November 2, 2021 0
Alfred Health rented an entire office on seven levels adjoining his Prahran hospital. The eight-year commitment to 541 St Kilda Road (pictured, top) – 8,247 square meters and 126 parking lots – fills the rental recently vacated by Seek. Kenny Thorburn of Thorburn Commercial and Ben McKendry of Cushman & Wakefield represented the... Read More

Bolton Clarke Expands West – Australian Aging Agenda

by on November 2, 2021 0
Elderly care and retirement home provider Bolton Clarke Group has acquired its Western Australian counterpart Acacia Living Group. Acacia Living Group has three retirement homes, seven retirement villages, two respite centers and home care services in Perth and the Washington State area of ​​southwestern state in Geraldton. Acacia Living Group was previously known... Read More

Will the dead end location appeal to buyers?

by on November 1, 2021 0
When the Queensland government proposed a new model code for neighborhood design that would see grid streets replace dead ends as the preferred design style, the community’s response was loud and clear: let the cul- de-sac beloved alone. Over 20,000 responses to the proposed code were received during the community consultation period in... Read More

St Kilda Foreshore Alcohol Ban Begins Today

by on November 1, 2021 0
Alcohol is prohibited along the St Kilda Foreshore from November 1 to March 31. Beach and foreshore reserves (including Catani Gardens) from Langridge Street to Thackeray Street are included in the ban. Alcohol restrictions on the St Kilda Foreshore now include all sealed and unopened containers. Visitors and residents can still drink responsibly... Read More