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Smith Street and the streets of Collingwood are notable for the many historical buildings that operated during that period including 19th century textile and hat factories, warehouses, dwellings and shops that still exist and are in use today.
From these semi industrial beginnings Collingwood has emerged as one of Melbourne’s most surprising, inspiring, appealingly unpredictable and vibrant cultural centres.
Collingwood is now a trendy inner-city suburb known for its heritage-listed architecture, industrial warehouses and factories turned cosmopolitan apartments. Smith Street is now home to factory outlets for big name brands such as Adidas, as well as boutiques, trendy bars and restaurants. An eclectic range of cafes and coffee shops such as Kerynia cafe or Proud Mary can be found at every turn.
10% of the population is Collingwood identifies as couples living with children, 21% identify as couples living with no children – this is the highest and fastest growing segment, 10% are parent families. 29% wont heir own home (mortgage or outright ownership), 32% are renting and a huge 24% live in social housing.
The population in Collingwood is made up of, predominantly, people of English, Australian, Irish and Vietnamese backgrounds, with a Sudanese presence becoming more prominent. The population is made of the following religions: Catholic, Buddhist, Islam and Anglican.
Located on the edge of the city of Melbourne, and only 3km North East of the CDB, the proud inner city suburb of Collingwood is the perfect location to take full advantage of the very best that Melbourne has to offer.
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