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Taking a Chance

Nightingale family holds its own on a challenging site adjacent to a railway in inner-city Melbourne.

not difficult to locate Nightingale 2.0. Rising up five storeys directly alongside the city-bound platform, the building, designed by Six Degrees Architects, certainly cuts a fine figure from a distance. But like so many things, this

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