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By Carlton Gardens
03 Feb 2012

The Victorian Government document “Melbourne 2030” advocates for sustainable growth and higher density living in areas where existing infrastructure such as public transport, commercial and retail activity, main roads and parks and gardens are available.
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Blending in with the best
15 Oct 2009

There are only two world heritage-listed buildings in Australia – The Opera House and the Royal Exhibition Building. Michael Piccolo, director of Piccolo Developments, took note of this when he examined 85 Rathdowne Street, opposite the Royal Exhibition Building.
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Gardens at your doorstep
19 Sep 2009

With the Carlton Gardens and the Royal Exhibition Building almost on the doorstep of the Garden House apartments, the developers could be excused for thinking their work was done. After all, what bigger selling points do you need?
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Mima & Michael Piccolo
19 Sep 2009

Mima and Michael Piccolo are a somewhat odd couple in the property game. Whereas many other dynastic companies are run by father-and-son teams, it is a mother-and-son pair at the helm of Melbourne-headquartered Piccolo Developments.
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Living with history
12 Sep 2009

On any measure of iconic views and walkability, The Garden House in Carlton is likely to become one of Melbourne’s winning developments. To be built at the northern corner of Rathdowne and Queensberry streets, the 46- apartment and three-terrace project will be close to the city and much of the development will stare out on to the World Heritage-listed Exhibition Building and Carlton Gardens.
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