After 36-storey Sky One success, Golden Age set for sister project in Melbourne's Box Hill

After 36-storey Sky One success, Golden Age set for sister project in Melbourne's Box Hill
After 36-storey Sky One success, Golden Age set for sister project in Melbourne's Box Hill

Following the success of its 36-storey Sky One Tower in Melbourne’s Box Hill, the Golden Age Development Group now has plans to work on another nearby project.

The 7,344 sqm site at 517-521 Station Street, Box Hill (pic above) will have a mix of commercial and retail spaces, residential accommodation and a 104-place child care facility, according to the developer’s website.

The carpark was recently bought by Golden Age for $51.8 million from Whitehorse Council.

The new project, named Sky Two, is expected to be well received like its sister project Sky One.

“Buyers of Sky One will benefit significantly from the new development as it bolsters the notion of the suburb being a city in itself, with a range of business, lifestyle and cultural amenities only minutes away,” says the developer.

Sky One, at 545 Station Street, sold some 85 percent apartments at its launch in April, which was followed by $80 million worth of apartments in May.

On completion, Sky One will be one of the tallest buildings in suburban Melbourne.

Golden Age, which was founded in 2007 by Jeff Xu, has a project pipeline worth $2 billion across Melbourne & Sydney.

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