Fox Run apartments are located in a village in Perth’s west, a city of over 1.6 million people and the centre of the Australian Capital Territory’s fox population.
But with apartments costing up to $15,000 and the average rent at just $550 per month, fox run was a difficult sell for the developers.
In February, the ABC reported the project was about to be demolished and the site would be sold off for commercial development.
FourFour2 has now obtained documents from the property that shed some light on what’s actually going on.
One of the documents we obtained shows the developer is planning to sell the site to a developer who wants to build a new apartment complex for a company called AEG.
It also shows AEG has been contacted by Fox Run about potential commercial developments on the site.
But it’s unclear what’s going to happen to the fox run complex once AEG completes their plans.
AEG is planning a new $2.3 million apartment complex in the same location of the Fox Run site.
Fox Run and AEG both declined to comment.
The fox run property is located on the south side of Swanston Street, a busy thoroughfare in the city of Perth.
It’s currently under construction, but the site is currently being used for residential purposes.
One of the properties on Swanston St. in the suburb of Swanning was a popular hangout for foxes, and a former Fox Run employee has told FourFourtwo there were around 10 foxes in the area before it was taken over by AEG in 2013.
The former employee, who requested anonymity, said the area was frequented by foxes as early as 2012.
Fox Run’s former resident said he had no idea how many foxes lived there.
“It was a really quiet area, really isolated,” he said.
He said there was no sign of foxes when he was there in 2012.
He said he was asked by a local resident, who also wished to remain anonymous, to come and pick up a fox for a fox-rescue dog in return for money.
According to the former resident, he was not paid, and instead was told he would be required to go to the property in the morning, and work as a security guard at the building.
The owner of the property, AEG, said they had no comment to make about the matter.
AEG said they did not have any further comment to provide.
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