Melbourne City Centre Continues Strong Population Growth

The number of residents living in the CBD, Southbank, Docklands, St Kilda Rd precinct, West Melbourne, Carlton and surrounding areas continues to rise as more and more Melbournians opt for inner-city apartment living. After record population growth in the year to June 2013 (23%)  the strong growth has continued into 2015 with the addition of thousands of new residents.

People from all around Melbourne, interstate and overseas are being drawn to the city by the excellent array of lifestyle, education, employment and transport opportunities available in Melbourne’s vibrant city centre. 844,000 people visit the city of Melbourne daily including 105,000 residents, 387,000 workers and 59,000 students.

Overall, the greater Melbourne population growth continues to boom, adding 1800 people per week. That’s 95,000 more residents in the year to June 2014 for a total metropolitan population of 4.4million. The inner-city is absorbing much of this population increase with the Victorian Planning Minister Andrew Wynne stating recently that he expects the CBD and surrounds to grow “five-fold” in coming decades.

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