Image here shows the tower at 60 stories in height, this development, now approved by Melbourne city planning department will be substantially taller than nearby developments.
       
     
Perspective Visualisation
       
     
Aerial Perspective 1
       
     
Aerial Perspective 2
       
     
Plan Lower Levels
       
     
Upper Levels
       
     
Site Location
       
     
 Image here shows the tower at 60 stories in height, this development, now approved by Melbourne city planning department will be substantially taller than nearby developments.
       
     

Image here shows the tower at 60 stories in height, this development, now approved by Melbourne city planning department will be substantially taller than nearby developments.

Perspective Visualisation
       
     
Perspective Visualisation

The inset balconies are glazed-in (openable) to protect residents against wind, the added roughness of the skin helps reduce street level wind effects.

Aerial Perspective 1
       
     
Aerial Perspective 1

The towers split southern face sloped back on one side.  This element contains a series unique of duplex apartments.

Aerial Perspective 2
       
     
Aerial Perspective 2

The angled split in glazing tone is also intended to be a physical 'crease' in the building facade.

Plan Lower Levels
       
     
Plan Lower Levels

Adjacency to another approved apartment building was a major driver of the building shape, as the previously approved development did not meet city set-back provisions this building was slanted to maintain minimum building separation requirements.

Upper Levels
       
     
Upper Levels

Upper levels where the building face slants inward contain 2-Story apartments, while the other apartment layouts remain the same.

Site Location
       
     
Site Location

On the southern edge of downtown Melbourne with close access to the beach and Albert Park, the proposed development will contain 439 Apartments.