A residential development unlike any other currently underway in the Melbourne CBD is now open for viewing and registrations following outstanding initial interest.
A stunning display suite is now open for potential buyers interested in securing a presence at Queens Place, a one-of-a-kind development by 3L Alliance being marketed by Colliers International.
Tower One at Queens Place development, situated at Melbourne’s highest point at the verge of Flagstaff Hill, will be the first of two towers to be sold in this landmark project.
“A ‘Melbourne within Melbourne’, complete with laneway shopping experiences and dining opportunities, neighbourhood services and plentiful open space, Queens Place will be a precinct that captures the true essence of this city and puts it at the doorstep of those who reside within the always welcoming luxury of its twin towers,” Tim Storey, Colliers International Managing Director of Residential, said.
Designed by Cox Architecture, Fender Katsalidis Architects and Hecker Guthrie, Queens Place will be a unique residential opportunity combining two residential towers that will become a prominent feature of the city’s flourishing north-west precinct.
A residential development unlike any other currently underway in the Melbourne CBD is now open for viewing and registrations following outstanding initial interest. A stunning display suite is now open for potential buyers interested in securing a presence at Queens Place, a one-of-a-kind development by 3L Alliance being marketed by Colliers International. Tower One at Queens Place development, situated at Melbourne’s highest point at the verge of Flagstaff Hill, will be the first of two towers to be sold in this landmark project.
“With its beautifully realised one, two and three bedroom apartments, unsurpassed resident amenities, convenient location, and unique urban village setting, Queens Place is destined to be one of the most liveable addresses in the world’s most liveable city,” Mr Storey said.
Colliers International is now taking registrations of interest for Tower One, launching 819 apartments. In addition to offering one, two and three-bedroom apartments in a range of floorplans, Queens Place Tower One offers a choice of finish levels, amenity and view opportunities.
Its City Rise apartments on floors seven to 50 will set a new benchmark with their meticulous planning, fine craftsmanship and quality appliances. Residents will have their own ground floor lobby and enjoy access to extensive communal facilities on podium levels three, four and five.
The High Rise apartments on floors 53 to 68 will have an even greater emphasis on styling, space, comfort and luxury.
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.
Queens Residences and High Rise residents will also benefit from the convenience of a private entry lobby and, in addition to the facilities on levels three to five, receive exclusive access to the premium resident amenities of levels 51 and 52 including a pool, spa, sauna and steam room, private bar and lounge, wine cellar and private dining room and kitchen.
On levels three to five, all residents will have access to a lap pool, spa and deck; library; two private dining rooms with catering kitchens; a games room; a private garden/outdoor terrace; two home theatre/karakoe suites and a poker and mah-jong room.
Additional facilities will include valet parking and waiting lounge, end of trip facilities including bicycle storage and washing booth, concierge, business centre/meeting room, child care centre, supermarket and enclosed laneways connecting all street frontages.
“A Queens Place address also puts residents at the centre of all of Melbourne’s key areas and attractions, from the education precinct and major sporting stadiums to major arts and entertainment venues,” Mr Storey said. “All are only minutes from the doorstep of Queens Place thanks to the city’s efficient public transport system.
“Closer still is the city’s retail precinct. A two-minute walk puts residents at the entry to 188,000sqm of indoor shopping malls and department stores, all of them connected, including Melbourne Central, Emporium, Myer and David Jones. This adds up to a total of just under 2,000 individual retailers.”
Queens Place will also be a two-minute walk from the farm fresh produce, bustling food halls, shops and traders of the historic Queen Victoria Market, the largest open-air market in the Southern Hemisphere.
For more information and to register, visit www.queensplacemelbourne.com.au or call 1300 793 738.
The display suite at 332 La Trobe Street is open between 11am and 4pm daily.