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Sold, but Holden has plans for ‘Bend’
Holden plots ‘further opportunities’ after $135 million land sale to Victoria
14 Sep 2016
- GM Holden has revealed it is considering “further opportunities” at its Fishermans Bend site in Melbourne, despite selling off 37.7 hectares of the prime industrial land to the Victorian government for $135 million under a huge urban renewal project that will include a new innovation industry precinct.
- The government says it is in “advanced talks” with Holden about its future at the site, near the Yarra River, 5km downstream from Melbourne’s CBD.
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