Parque Melbourne - recently completed apartments for sale

The recently completed Parque Melbourne has a range of one and two bedroom apartments available for purchase on Melbourne's premier boulevard, St Kilda Road.

With suitable price points for both first home buyers and investors alike, Parque Melbourne offers a buying opportunity in a brand new building with the added incentive of stamp duty rebates.

Loaded with amenity ranging from a rooftop pool & terrace, two further St. Kilda Road-facing terraces complete with entertainment facilities and views toward the city and the bay, a gym and communal amenity-level kitchen & boardroom; prospective buyers have a range of apartment sizes and price points to choose from coupled with affordable body corporate rates.

City views from the amenity-level terrace

Located at 555 St Kilda Road, complete 1 bedroom apartments are priced from $391,000 and 2 bedroom options start at $641,000 with both configurations offering a range of city views, bay views, boulevard views at different levels within the building.

Interested buyers are encouraged to contact Apartment Register to book a time to meet at the on-site sales office where walk-throughs of the building and select apartments can be arranged.

Rooftop pool and terrace at Parque Melbourne

To book your appointment, please register your details below and a representative from Apartment Register will contact you shortly.

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