Evolving Port

Port Melbourne and Fishermans Bend change. Houses are changed or demolished and new forms of housing take their place. Port Houses records some of these changes.

03 December 2011

63 Rouse St, Port Melbourne

25 March 2015

63 Rouse St, Port Melbourne under construction 
Element Five

20 January 2014

63 Rouse St, Port Melbourne - demolition 

The former Kosdown printing premises at 63 Rouse St were demolished over the heatwave week. Hot work!

Kosdown was in Rouse St, Port Melbourne for about 30 years. They have moved to 10 Rocklea Drive in Fishermans Bend.

Marketing for the Evie apartments describes Port Melbourne as Melbourne’s ‘most dynamic and eclectic’ inner beach suburb.

15 April 2013

63 Rouse St, April 2013

3D and Branding created by KIKGROUP, Interior by Hecker Guthrie and architecture by Rothe Lowman

Architects Rothelowman
Monson Property Group

12 February 2015

The recent sale of Kosdown in Rouse St has created interest in the planning controls for this site. The site is in the Port Melbourne Mixed Use Area and is covered by a Design and Development Overlay [DDO] in the Port Phillip Planning Scheme. The particular requirements for this part of the DDO provides for an absolute maximum height of 19.5m [6 storeys].

63 Rouse St, February 2011

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