Generational infrastructure projects continue to reshape the landscape of Monash, with a focus on improving connectivity and bolstering economic growth.
The completion of the $1.4 billion Monash Freeway Upgrade has unlocked 36km of new lanes, reducing travel times and providing a safer and more efficient commute for over 180,000 daily users.
Construction has commenced on the ambitious, $50 billion Suburban Rail Loop East, connecting Cheltenham to Box Hill. By 2035, underground stations at Clayton, Monash, Glen Waverley and Burwood will seamlessly link neighbouring suburbs, the CBD and Melbourne Airport, ushering in a new era of connectivity and accessibility.
Chadstone: The Fashion Capital continues to evolve, with a raft of major works in the pipeline, including the nine-storey commercial office building One Middle Road, which will deliver an additional 50,000 sqm of commercial office space when it opens in 2024.
Sporting facilities across the municipality are in line for major upgrades. Work has begun on the $26.7 million Monash Tennis Centre, set to open in early 2024. This state-of-the-art complex will feature 18 tennis courts, golf practice facilities, public spaces and a pavilion.
The $4 million Mulgrave Reserve Pavilion refurbishment together with the $14.7 million Jack Edwards Reserve Pavilion project and grandstand will also deliver first-class facilities for Monash’s thriving sports culture.