$12 million asking price for last apartment at 17 Spring St, Melbourne

Exhibiting quintessentially Spring Street ambience, the living areas, dining and main bedroom connect seamlessly to private terraces

$12 million asking price for last apartment at 17 Spring St, Melbourne
$12 million asking price for last apartment at 17 Spring St, Melbourne

Cbus continues construction on 17 Spring Street, a 36-level apartment tower in Melbourne.

Just one apartment remains for sale following its 2019 launch.

There is a $12 asking price for 2901/17 Spring St, Melbourne through Colliers International.

It is an expansive full floor residence with four bedrooms study with views across the Treasury and Fitzroy Gardens, within the heart of Melbourne's Paris-End.

Designed by architecture firm Bates Smart, the apartment encompasses a total footprint of 478-square-metres, with the living areas and master bedroom flowing directly onto three private terraces.

Completion is expected in 2022's second half.

The pricing for the two bedders started at $1.9 million following its launch.

 million asking price for last apartment at 17 Spring St, Melbourne

It has 74 apartments.

The complex will have a 25 metre lap pool, wine cellar and residents’ lounge. 

There will be a shared dining room and a wine cellar with a tasting room that is linked to a landscaped outdoor terrace.

There will be a sumptuous lobby on the ground floor and porte cochere.

Architects studied some of Melbourne’s most esteemed palazzo stone-faced buildings to design the entrance to the buildings.

The result is a grand entrance greeting the corner of Throssell Lane and Spring Street.

The apartments will feature parquetry oak flooring, custom-designed door hardware and tapware, and granite kitchen benchtops.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of our authors. Jonathan has been writing about property since the early 1980s and is editor-at-large of Property Observer.

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