Eureka penthouse hits the market

Eureka penthouse hits the market
Eureka penthouse hits the market

The penthouse on the 86th floor of Eureka, one of the tallest buildings in the southern hemisphere, has hit the market.

And there's whispers that the 85th floor empty shell is soon set for imminent JLL listing. 

The 86th floor is a lavish New York style Art Deco inspired apartment listed by entrepreneur Anthony Podesta.

Perched almost 300 metres above Riverside Quay, Southbank, the 660 sqm, whole floor apartment fitout was two years in the making.

It comes with four ensuited bedrooms, a library, large entertaining space, theatre room and even has Eureka Towers only gas fireplace.

There are designer imported fittings, with French oak parquetry flooring and hand crafted Art Deco ceilings. Italian marble is used throughout the apartment.

Podesta, a former high school teacher, made his fortune by founding McMillan Shakespeare, Australia's largest provider of salary packaging and notated leasing.

RT Edgar agents Tim Wilson and Anthony Grimwade are seeking offers over $18 million in conjunction with Melbourne Sotheby's agent Greg Herman.

For the more establishment buyer there's the 99 Spring Street penthouse offering which has been listed by Greg Hargrave. 

This article was first published in the Weekend Australian Mansion Australia property section.

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