Progress Update: Younghusband Construction Milestone

The skyline of Kensington has bid farewell to our towering crane, marking a significant milestone in our development. While its presence may no longer be visible from the Bolte Bridge, its departure symbolises the completion of a pivotal phase in our construction journey. Our dedicated onsite team has now moved its focus to the intricate internal […]


Younghusband Woolstore Receives Planning Permit

The third and final stage of our redevelopment has officially received planning permission from the Minister for Planning. Stage three will see the creation of a new six-storey building to the east of stage one, made up of office and retail space, as well as a recreational facility and food and beverage outlets. It will […]


Younghusband Smoking Ceremony

National Reconciliation Week is a time for all Australians to learn about our shared histories, cultures, and achievements, and to explore how each of us can contribute to achieving reconciliation in Australia. Younghusband’s heritage spans more than 120 years but long before these buildings were built, this land was cared for and protected by the […]


Younghusband Commences Construction

The Deputy Lord Major of Melbourne, Cr Nicholas Reece attended the Built site, as construction commenced to transform the 120-year-old Younghusband Woolstores in Kensington. Younghusband will become Melbourne’s largest carbon neutral adaptive reuse precinct, reimagining and revitalising one of the city’s largest heritage sites and opening it to the community for the first time as […]


Younghusband Work-Play Village Revamp Under Way

Featured in The Urban Developer | Younghusband Work-Play Village Revamp Under Way Younghusband architect and visionary, Peter Miglis of Woods Bagot, shared his thoughts as we embarked on the project: “For generations, these buildings have been impenetrable heritage monuments that people couldn’t access. This design flings open that history for the first time, creating a […]

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