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Melbourne Age --> Jewell will be first redeveloped Melbourne railway station to glitter

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The Napthine government has selected 10 Melbourne railway stations it wants to see rejuvenated with a mix of apartments, shops and offices in a project it estimates will generate $1 billion in investment and more than 3000 jobs in the next five years.

High-density housing projects are already under way at Jewell, Hampton and Alphington stations, and developments at seven other stations are being investigated - Essendon, Windsor, West Footscray, Victoria Park, East Richmond, Ringwood and Watsonia.

These stations have been chosen for redevelopment because they all have underused or derelict land that is owned by government corporation VicTrack, one of the state's biggest landowners ...

Read more: http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/jewell-will-be-first-redeveloped-melbourne-railway-station-to-glitter-20140318-350g7.html
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VicTrack: Enhancing Jewell Station Precinct -- https://www.victrack.com.au/jewellstationprecinct
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Potential redevelopment OP for Sunshine Coast Line stations on the new CAMCOS line?

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