Panoramas and park living in Southbank at Melbourne Square

Wide panoramas of the CBD on one side and Port Phillip Bay on the other are a major drawcard for buyers interested in the first stage of Melbourne Square, a $2.8 billion mixed-use development on the corner of Southbank’s Power and Kavanagh Streets, very close to the arts and entertainment precinct.

Uninterrupted views across the entire CBD, or over Albert Park Lake to Port Phillip Bay can be had from many of the apartments, according to Andrew Leoncelli, head of CBRE residential project marketing. In the project’s first stage, two towers of 54 and 67 levels will be built. North-facing apartments above level 42 will have uninterrupted city views, Andrew says.

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Image: supplied

“The outstanding views, a quieter location near one of Melbourne’s best entertainment zones at Southbank and the quality of Melbourne Square’s design and amenities are all convincing purchasers,” he says. Half of the first release of 980 apartments sold in the three weeks after Melbourne Square’s launch. Cox Architecture’s masterplan for the 2.2-hectare site includes four residential towers, a commercial building, a 600-bed hotel and shops.

Location \ Easy access to Southbank’s arts and entertainment precincts, Royal Botanic Gardens, Crown, MCG, Melbourne Park, Westgate Freeway and the CBD.

Melbourne Square

93-119 Kavanagh Street, Southbank

Developer \ Osk Property

Architect \ Cox Architecture

Interior Designer \ Carr

Landscape Designer \ T.C.L.

Sales \ CBRE Andrew Leoncelli 1300 888 770

Display \ 93-119 Kavanagh Street, Southbank

Open \ 10am-4pm daily

Pricing guide

One-bedroom \ $402,090

Two-bedroom \ $510,345

Three-bedroom \ $855,730

Penthouse \ $1,855,800

Shared amenities \ Melbourne Square will provide residents with 15,000 square metres of shared amenities. The first stage will include a public park, a 35-metre resort-style pool and lap pool and gyms. There will also be meeting rooms, a concierge service, a cinema, a demonstration kitchen and dining spaces, a supermarket and casual restaurants.

Image: supplied

Image: supplied

Design \ Cox Architecture and interior designer Sue Carr took inspiration from Japanese designer Issey Miyake’s fascination with pleats for Melbourne Square’s facades and interiors. Generous storage, walk-in wardrobes and study spaces are available in some of the floorplans.

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