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Australia 108 (Melbourne)

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Published on Dec 3, 2014

Anthony Phey CBRE
Call: +65 97528885
(Singapore)
CEA: R006749D

AUSTRALIA 108
The Highest Residences in the Southern Hemisphere

A New Freehold development at 70 Southbank Boulevard, Victoria, Melbourne Australia

Development Attributes - An Iconic Masterpiece

More than 100 levels and slated to be the highest residential tower in the Southern Hemisphere, a significant architectural that will define the Melbourne skyline for years to come.

A uniquely designed with a sculptural exuberance inspired by the Federation Star on the Australia Flag by the internationally acclaimed architect, Fender Katsalidis.

Breathtaking Picturesque
Mesmerizing views of city skyline and Yarra River on the northern side of Southbank.
Spectacular sea views towards the southern side of South Melbourne, with clouds surrounding the upper rise on some days.

Differentiated Lifestyle
Choice of smaller 1- and 2- bedroom on the lower rise (11th – 67th level); Luxurious 3-bedroom (72th – 95th level), penthouses (96th & 97th level) and super penthouse (100th level) on the higher levels.
3 Levels of Club-like Facilities
3 levels of facilities designed with resort-style concept, offering the best suite of club-like residential facilities in Melbourne

Superb Location
Situated in the heart of Southbank, Melbourne’s bustling waterfront hub, just 1km from the Central Business District.
Standing tall at a very prominent junction of City Road and Southbank Boulevard; just a short 3-min walk from the dazzling Crown Casino and Southgate.

A Vibrant City Lifestyle
Enjoy the convenience of living in the heart of Southbank – shopping haven, entertainment, leisure & recreation, arts & cultural, business & financial hub.

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