Architect Jean Nouvel set to undertake mixed use Melbourne tower

Architect Jean Nouvel set to undertake mixed use Melbourne tower
Architect Jean Nouvel set to undertake mixed use Melbourne tower

Jean Nouvel, the French architect behind Sydney's award winnng One Central Park at Chippendale development, is set to undertake a Melbourne Tower.

Its a $700 million, 70-level mixed use tower in the CBD's northern edge for the developer Sterling Global.

Plans are now lodged for the tower with 488 apartments and a 196-room luxury hotel on the 338 La Trobe Street site purchased from Investa Office Fund last year for $70 million. 

The planned building replaces the Australian Federal Police office. 

Each of the four sides of the building will have a different coloured facade.

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