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Salter Brothers secures support for Intercontinental Hotel renewal

Salter Brothers has secured support from Heritage Victoria and the City of Melbourne

Salter Brothers is delighted to announce the achievement of Heritage Victoria Permits with conditions and City of Melbourne support with recommended conditions for the department to consider, to revitalise the Intercontinental Hotel site at 495 Collins Street, Melbourne.

The site renewal secures the long-term retention and conservation of the well-known Winfield and Rialto heritage buildings, and a new mixed-use development on the site comprising retail, office, a luxury hotel and a club with meeting and conference spaces.

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Salter Brothers has worked collaboratively with Heritage Victoria to achieve a design that respects, conserves and evolves these beautiful heritage buildings into future Melbourne.

Salter Brothers Intercontinental Hotel renewal - 495 Collins Street
Artist’s impression of the refurbished Intercontinental Hotel at 495 Collins Street. Image: Supplied

Commenting on the approval, Paul Salter said: “I am incredibly proud of our team in achieving these approvals. I would like to thank Patrick Ness who led the Cox Architecture team and Nick Touzeau from Planning & Property Partners who advised on Heritage Victoria and planning permits.”

“We are honoured to move forward with the preservation of the heritage Winfield and Rialto buildings and excited about the dynamic this project will bring to central Collins Street. Subject to consideration we look forward to receiving Planning approval from the Victorian Department of Transport and Planning”.

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