A $1 billion twin-tower vertical community is set for development in Melbourne, with Queens Place designed to create a ‘Melbourne within Melbourne’ according to developer 3L Alliance.
The development, 350 Queens Place on Flagstaff Hill, will even feature laneway shopping at ground level and a host of other services such as restaurants, private cinemas, a library, poker and mah jong room, a private garden terrace, karaoke suite, and even a cigar bar.
The development features offering one, two and three-bedroom apartments in a range of floorplans, living options, finish levels, amenity and view opportunities. The one, two and three-bedroom apartments range from 45 to 168 square metres, with prices starting at $449,000 designed in collaboration by Cox Architecture, Fender Katsalidis Architects and Hecker Guthrie.
The architecture of Queens Place weaves the city’s past, present and future into a striking, tri-form composition that succeeds at every level and from every vantage point.
Gavin Boyd, 3L Alliance General Ma
3L Alliance General Manager Gavin Boyd said the design of the building was inspired by Melbourne’s myriad alleys, and much-loved institutions like the historic Block and Royal Arcades, and is criss-crossed at ground level by a network of intimately scaled laneways.
“The architecture of Queens Place weaves the city’s past, present and future into a striking, tri-form composition that succeeds at every level and from every vantage point,” he said.
“Be it for exercise, entertaining or entertainment, a quiet escape, or to partake in your favourite indulgence, the level of communal amenities is above and beyond that of any residential development in Melbourne’s history.”
“Reaching new heights on floors 69 to 78, the expansive and sublimely appointed ‘Queens Residences’ will reward owners with the ultimate in urban sophistication across a selection of penthouses and sub penthouses. ”
The display suite is currently located at 332 La Trobe Street, Melbourne, and is open from 11am to 4pm daily and contactable via 1300 793 798.
Source: The Property Observer