Queens Place350 Queen Street, Melbourne VIC 3000

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Urban's three favourite things about Queens Place:

  • Spacious and thoughtfully designed apartments by Hecker Guthrie.
  • A childcare centre for residents and the public on podium level.
  • The flow of new and existing laneways.

Another development to add to Melbourne’s growing skyline is Queens Place, the city’s new landmark $1 billion project from developer 3L Alliance. Situated at the fringe of Flagstaff Hill at 350 Queen Street Melbourne, this development has been collaboratively designed by architects Fender Katsalidis Architects and Cox Architecture, with interiors by Hecker Guthrie.

Intimate laneways, paths, and passages will snake through the twin towers at ground level and form a manifold of connections within the precinct, delivering convenience and enjoyment to Queens Place residents. Comprising 1,700 apartments across a height of 80 levels, both towers will share a podium of five levels designed by Cox Architecture. Stained in earthy tones and exposed stonework, the podium will give the silver wall-glazed towers the illusion that they are floating high into the horizon.

One, two and three-bedroom apartments in a variety of floorplans are on offer. Residents on floors 7 to 50, City Rise apartments, will have their own ground floor lobby and access to communal facilities on podium levels three to five. Residents beyond level 53, High Rise apartments, will experience more comfort and luxury.

Floors 69 to 78 will be appointed Queens Residences and consist of penthouses and sub penthouses. Queens Residences and High Rise residents will benefit from a private lobby and receive exclusive access to the premium resident amenities on levels 51 and 52.

Within the podium, a childcare centre will also be available for resident’s and public use, a rarity to most apartment developments. Queens Place will have something for everyone – those into fitness, people seeking entertainment and watering holes, and people who like to relax can enjoy these amenities:

  • A pool and spa
  • Private dining rooms with caterer’s kitchen
  • A games room
  • Private cinema
  • Library, poker and mahjong room
  • Private garden terrace
  • Karaoke suite and cigar bar
  • Private resident’s concierge, business centre and valet parking

From the tailored-designed Hecker Guthrie styled apartments to the long list of amenities encapsulating all residents’ interests and passions, Queens Place is unique in every sense and promises a privileged lifestyle.

The towers are located close to Melbourne CBD’s finest public amenities and cultural, retail and education precincts. Over 600 fashion, specialty, dining and supermarkets stores that comprise Melbourne Central and Emporium shopping centre at just a short walk away with major train stations and tram lines connecting residents to outer Melbourne.
The RMIT University precinct is also just a short walk away, an educational hub for over 40,000 daily students and educators with quirky cafes, lively bars and entertainment.

Construction has begun on the major development and has set a precedent for twin towers all over Melbourne beyond the 350 Queen St site with Sapphire by the Gardens and Collins Arch in their construction phase also.
Multiplex is the builder for the towers with the first phase, an 80 storey, 820 apartment tower collaboration by Cox Architecture to be completed by late 2020 and the second phase to follow suit the following year.

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Development Information

Local Government Area:
Melbourne (City)
Project Status:
Under Construction
Listing Type:
Mixed Use
Building Type:
High-rise
Estimated Completion Date:
Not Confirmed
Nearby Public Transport:
La Torbe Street trams, Melbourne Central Station
Building Height:
246.23 Metres
Floor Count:
79
Number of Buildings:
2
Bike Spaces:
603
Car Spaces:
554
Number of Residences:
1700

Meet the team behind Queens Place

What is a developer
A developer is a person or company that buys land, finances real estate deals and appoints a builder and architect to orchestrate their vision through masterplanning, design and construction.
What is an architect
An architect is instrumental in the vision, planning, design and construction supervision to which they provide a structure or space that serves the people.
What is a builder
A builder is a person or company that has been appointed to a development to oversee, coordinate, construct or repair properties. Builders can also be self directed.

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rollins.away
Just more curious about the pricing, would be great if there's information about it
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Hey there, thank you for your question! You can request the floor plans and other details such as availabilities directly from the agent by hitting the request from agent button. We would love to hear your opinions of this project, feel free to leave a comment as it helps others who are considering. - Nick
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When is the tower completed and occupied
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Hey there, thank you for your question. The North tower will be complete by the end of 2020 and occupied soon after. The South Tower is set to begin construction in 2021.
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Could I please know the price and have a look on the 350 Queen street project? Thank you very much.
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Nearby education

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Victoria University
256, 283, 295 & 300 Queen St, Melbourne VIC 3000
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0.1km away
RMIT University
124 La Trobe St, Melbourne VIC 3000
Main
0.6km away
Victoria University
225 King St, Melbourne VIC 3000
Satellite
0.6km away
La Trobe University
360 Collins St, Melbourne VIC 3000
Satellite
0.7km away
Monash University
271 Collins St, Melbourne, VIC 3004
Satellite
0.8km away
Ozford College
Levels 7 & 9 310 King Street, Melbourne VIC 3000
Private
0.5km away
Simonds Catholic College
273 Victoria Street, West Melbourne VIC 3003
Private
0.7km away
Stott's Colleges
Level 1-6, 168 Exhibition Street, Melbourne VIC 3000
Private
1km away
Holmes Secondary College
185 Spring Street, Melbourne VIC 3000
Private
1.2km away
University High School
77 Story Street, Parkville VIC 3052
Public
1.5km away
Carlton Gardens Primary School
215 Rathdowne Street, Carlton VIC 3053
Public
1.3km away
North Melbourne Primary School
210 Errol Street, North Melbourne VIC 3051
Public
1.5km away
Carlton Primary School
Cnr Palmerston & Drummond Sts, Carlton VIC 3053
Public
1.9km away
Sacred Heart School
107 King William Street, Fitzroy VIC 3065
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2km away
South Melbourne Primary School
129-161 Ferrars Street, Southbank VIC 3006
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2.2km away

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