A Phoenix rises at Mirvac's Tullamore

A Phoenix rises at Mirvac's Tullamore
A Phoenix rises at Mirvac's Tullamore

Last week, Mirvac achieved a significant milestone at its Tullamore development, with the topping out of the Phoenix. In keeping with topping out tradition, an evergreen tree will be placed on the roof symbolising growth and good fortune. 

Located at its master-planned Doncaster community on the former 47-hectare Eastern Golf Course, the five-storey boutique development is Mirvac's first within the Apartments of Tullamore precinct. Designed in collaboration with Plus Architecture, Phoenix will encompass views of the city skyline and homestead to the west and park views to the north.

A Phoenix rises at Mirvac's Tullamore
Anne Jolic (Mirvac Development Director Residential Victoria) with Eve and Lee Mock (Phoenix purchasers)

Phoenix's topping out also coincided with the opening of the third and largest of Tullamore's parkland - the Verdant Crescent Park. Spanning four hectares and featuring a double flying fox, dual slide tower, exercise stations, shared walking and cycling paths, and a dedicated barbecue and picnic area, the park is a joint undertaking with MDG Landscape Architects.

In addition to the network of parks and open spaces, residents within the precinct will have access to a $27 million Next Gen luxury health and lifestyle club. Due to open in 2020 the club will feature indoor and outdoor pools, tennis courts, restaurant dining and creche and private spa facilities. This will be supported by the proposed Stables Café, also set to open in 2020.

Upon completion in 2019, Phoenix will comprise 134 apartments situated within a parkland setting. According to Mirvac, the apartment development has been in high demand since launching last year, reflecting purchaser demand within Tullamore with more than 550 lots sold to date.

A Phoenix rises at Mirvac's Tullamore
Artist's impression of Phoenix. Image: Supplied

A life at Apartments of Tullamore is very appealing to prospective residents who recognise the unique proposition offered by apartment living. They appreciate the convenience and ongoing value of a low maintenance home and they don’t want to compromise on design details or location.

Apartments of Tullamore’s contemporary residences feature quality, timeless designs and sophisticated finishes, matched with spacious, flexible floorplans and large balconies. The apartments also offer buyers a distinguished home address at Tullamore, in Melbourne’s leafy suburb of Doncaster.

- Elysa Anderson, General Manager of Residential for Mirvac Victoria

Laurence Dragomir

Laurence Dragomir

Laurence Dragomir is one of the co-founders of Urban Melbourne. Laurence has developed a wealth of knowledge and experience working in both the private and public sector specialising in architecture, urban design and planning. He also has a keen interest in the built environment, cities and Star Wars.

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