Melbourne’s largest property developer, Central Equity, will have a grand opening for its latest project in the inner-city of Melbourne this weekend, June 25-26.
Southbank Place, a 52-storey residential apartment complex, is located in Southbank on the corner of Power and Fawkner Streets.
In a media release, Central Equity said the latest project has been catered for a range of buyers from ‘professionals through to families and empty nesters’.
“There will be large three bedroom apartments up to 258sqm and generous two bedroom plus study apartments up to 105sqm, designed to suit families wishing to move to this premier arts and recreational area,” the statement read.
“There will also be a number of one bedroom apartments plus study of around 55sqm suitable for professional couples.”
Central Equity’s Marketing Manager Jeremy Vile told TiVi Tuan-san, the company has taken into consideration first-hand feedback from previous buyers.
“We have an internal design team who basically incorporate any feedback we get along the way,” he said.
“It might be a case of the washing machine we provide doesn’t work very well. We should do this, this and this next time… so we always try to incorporate those changes into a new project.”
Mr Vile added that the company continues to strive for the best results, “You have to do more than what the industry standard says. We always exceed the industry standard.”
Southbank Place has been designed in collaboration with renowned architects Guilford Bell and Graham Fisher.
It features the “Southbank Horizon Club” on the 41st floor exclusive to residents. The level which boasts spectacular views, also offers a dining area with two kitchens, a 14-seat theatre room and a landscaped rooftop barbecue terrace.
Level 9 will contain a glass-roofed indoor swimming pool, gym, yoga studio and relaxation garden.
Prices for the apartments start from $459,000 and go up to $3.05 million (for the penthouse).
Early off-the-plan purchasers can also save up to $53,000 in stamp duty.
According to Jeremy Vile, the construction of Southbank Place is expected to start later this year and its completion is due mid-2018.
Central Equity has developed over 50 percent of residential apartments in the Southbank precinct.
– TiVi Tuan-san