Waterfront Place, Beacon Cove
1-11 Waterfront Place, Port Melbourne, Victoria
The seaside property located on the waterfront of Port Melbourne comprises an irregular shape allotment of a pproximately 5,500mē situated on the northern side of Waterfront Place and on the corner of Beach Street, in an established residential and mixed use area of Beacon Cove, Port Melbourne, approximately 4.5 kilometres south west of the Melbourne Central Business District. It is situated within a close proximately to a range of services and facilities, e.g. retail strip of Bay Street and recreational facilities with the beach and reserve in close proximity.
Built on the site is a single part storey and part two storey brick and tile building used as a gymnasium including a swimming pool and two tennis courts as to one part and as offices/child care facilities as to the other part, comprising an area of approximately 1,600mē.
The site is one of few remaining development sites in this area and has the potential for prime development for mixed use and/or residential purposes with the possibility of a hotel development.
Port Melbourne Waterfront has local, regional, metropolitan and broader international roles, for example Station Pier is an active working Pier with over 40 international cruise ships docking in, along with the Spirit of Tasmania using the Pier daily for its passenger and freight activity between Tasmania and Melbourne. Port Melbourne has a metropolitan role as one of Melbourne's waterfront destinations for tourism and local markets with close access to the Central Business District.