75-storeys, 240.9m to top of LMR, 234.4m to roof.
Elenberg Fraser design
As per Residential discussion thread:
Application No. 2013009121
Status Awaiting Allocation
Description of Proposal Multi level (75 storey) residential tower with retail at ground floor
Date Received 01/11/2013
Jeff Xu's Golden Age gets in on city love affair
SARAH DANCKERT AND GINA RUSHTON
NOVEMBER 07, 2013 12:00AM
SHANGHAI'S young-gun developer Jeff Xu has lodged plans for a 75-storey tower on Elizabeth Street in the Melbourne CBD in further testament to China's love affair with the city's apartment market.
If approved, the tower will become the largest apartment building in the CBD and the second-tallest in the greater city area after the hulking Eureka Tower in Southbank.
Mr Xu's Golden Age Development Group this month applied to the Victorian Planning Minister's office for permission to build a soaring tower that would hold about 600 apartments.
The project is estimated to have an end value of about $250 million. Located at 452-472 Elizabeth Street, the apartment tower will be built on a site that houses a Drummond Gold shop on the corner of Franklin Street.
Golden Age Development's 75-storey outing will be located in western reaches of the CBD, which recently has seen a rush of landmark projects.
See more at: http://www.theaustralian.com.au/business/property/jeff-xus-golden-age-ge
Some quick mock ups by me based on TP drawings, which were somewhat vague (the vertical fins which cascade down the facade are a combination of green and silver but the drawings weren't clear in articulating the breakdown):