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A public plaza is a feature of the triple tower project slated for the Megamart site.

Mega 52-storey apartment building to get green light

An apartment building which would become Perth's fifth-tallest tower is set to win planning approval next week, part of a mammoth three-tower residential development slated for the old Megamart site on Beaufort Street.

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East Perth
Hope it's not full of cramped 1 and 2 bed units with ridiculous layouts and no sunlight that are increasingly being built in Asia. Human beings need to LIVE in these things (not speculate on them)

Perth
Good luck filling them - there is already a glut of apartments in central Perth

Perth CBD
Latest is that the three tower cluster topping out at only 150m will instead be a twin set of 200m towers. Such a massive development for that part of town. Bit only just the beginning, with many more to follow. More and taller.

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