The sub-penthouses for Australia 108 are due to hit the open-market this week. These sub-penthouses, located just under the recently sold penthouse that sold for $25m last month, are three bedroom and three bathroom apartments located on levels 96 and 97 that are expected to sell between $11.5m to $12.5m each.
Australia 108 has just commenced construction and is due to dwarf the nearby Eureka Tower by 25 metres – and at an eventual 317 metres, will make it the highest residential tower in Australia.
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Located at 70 Southbank Boulevard, Southbank, Australia 108 will hold 1,105 apartments over 100 floors and is believed to have cost around $900m to build.
Designed by Fender Katsalidis Architects and developed by Aspial Corporation (and built by Brookfield Multiplex) – the construction is due to be ready by the end of 2019.
“Designed as luxurious homes in the sky, the premium apartments are a unique offering for Australia 108. Scullery spaces serve expansive open plan kitchens whilst hotel-style luxury is brought to bathing amenities to create generous sleeping suites. Wide timber floorboards and a subtle material palette of recon stone, natural stone and porcelain create a subtle and calming palette.”
The amenities throughout Australia 108 include an exclusive Star Club, which will offer 360 degree views across Melbourne’s CBD – also on offer to residences will be a residence area, to which access to a pool, a gym, as well as lounge, dining and entertainment areas that seemingly sit above the clouds.
From the first steps inside her grand Sky Lobby, Australia 108 makes a stunning first impression. Premium finishes and a sumptuous lounge area provide an inviting place to relax, while a hotel-style porte-cochére offers a convenient place to meet friends or a driver.
CBRE’s Managing Director for residential projects, Andrew Leoncelli, is selling the sub-penthouses that are due to hit the market this week.