Set in the heart of a premier precinct, FIFTEEN85 South Melbourne will be a set of three glass towers, inspired by renowned American artist, Josiah McElhay.
Set in the heart of a premier precinct, FIFTEEN85 South Melbourne will be a set of three glass towers, inspired by renowned American artist, Josiah McElheny. The first tower will be released on Saturday the 23rd of June, 2018.
FIFTEEN85 will be comprised of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom homes, stunningly designed by the award-winning architect firm Elenberg Fraser, alongside the CEL property development team. Both have worked in collaboration with a shared passion for benefiting the community with innovative design.
Each residence is fully equipped with a high-end suite of modern appliances, fixtures, and finishes. Owners will have access to shared facilities located on the podium level of each tower and, combined, will include a pool, gymnasium, sauna, spa, outdoor entertainment areas, resident’s lounges and resident’s dining rooms.
Too tired to cook after a long day at work? Enjoy the range of cuisines on offer in South Melbourne. Journey down Clarendon Street to find a variety of Vietnamese, Japanese, Korean and Chinese food — as well as burgers, wraps, salads, kebabs, Mexican… you name it. Make a reservation at Meatworks on Ross Street to feast on delicious, gourmet platters of meat and vegetables.
On the weekend, explore your new backyard. With trams to the CBD mintues from your front door, you can better acquaint yourself with your city. Spend the day meandering along Swanston Street. Stop off at the State library and admire the vaulted, high ceilings and hushed quiet of the upper levels. Immerse yourself in the exhibitions at the Melbourne Museum or, head full of new information, take a break and go shopping at Melbourne Emporium.
As night falls, try your hand at the roulette tables at Crown Casino or order decadent cocktails from the Sky Lounge and enjoy the view of the city skyline, knowing it mirrors the panoramic view you have access to at home. Book a table at iconic Japanese-fusion restaurant, Nobu, for the freshest salmon sashimi and warm sake — perfect for a cold winter’s night.
FIFTEEN85 will be set in the middle of a renewal precinct called the Fishermans Bend Framework, in particular, the currently evolving Montague Precinct. The initiative aims to be a benchmark for sustainable developments by being the largest green star community. By the year 2030, there are plans to have housing for 30,000 people, over 30,000 employment opportunities, and a doubling of open spaces.
Already in the works are four AFL sized ovals, 6 soccer pitches, 8 outdoor courts as well as a new park right outside the doors of FIFTEEN85. Residents can picnic on the grassy lawns of the new park or use the barbecue facilities to host a get-together with friends and family.
If you are a family with children, you will have a range of options for schooling. The Fishermans Bend Framework has already launched the new South Melbourne Primary School, which is adjacent to FIFTEEN85 and is planning a multi-purpose health, arts, and sports hub for residents to use.
“It’s important that there are opportunities for the residents to meet and interact to create meaningful relationships. FIFTEEN85 has been designed with this in mind. It is a vertical community which offers shared spaces as an extension of the home,” says Tim Pearce, CEL Australia’s General Manager.
At FIFTEEN85, you will have access to the best lifestyle amenities Melbourne, one of Australia’s most liveable cities, has to offer.
Presales for FIFTEEN85 residences are available now.
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