88 Melbourne - 88 Queensbridge Street, Southbank

88 Melbourne - 88 Queensbridge Street, Southbank. Image: ROTHELOWMAN
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Gym, cinema room, communal terrace
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940.00 square metres
Nearby Public Transport: 
Tram 113
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New Sky thinking: 88 Melbourne

First covered on Urban Melbourne over two years ago , 88 Melbourne was officially launched by New Sky Group on 30 April, marking its first major foray into the Melbourne market. The project has already proven popular with locals currently living within Southbank and interstate purchasers with buyers from Sydney in particular. The $100 million 60-storey tower, located in the Southbank Entertainment Precinct is designed by RotheLowman in...

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Somewhat reminiscent of Super Tuesday back in February, the Planning Minister, Matthew Guy, has approved another chunk of 2,000 apartments across three skyscrapers; however this time the total value weighs in at $830 million. Australia 108 at 319 metres, 452 Elizabeth Street at 241 metres and 84-90 Queensbridge Street at 185 metres are now all approved. Australia 108, originally proposed with a height of 388 metres and subsequently reduced owing...
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What the Fook: 84-88 Queensbridge Street, Southbank

News surfaced last week of another prime Southbank site slated for a major residential tower being snapped up by an Asian property firm intent on making an immediate impact in Melbourne. The Australian reported that Chinese group Financial Fook has purchased 84-88 Queensbridge Street for $18 million via its new subsidiary Starryland Melbourne. While Starryland may be in its formative stages, parent company Financial Fook have pounced on the site...
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