Five things you may not know about Mirvac's Docklands development Voyager

Voyager, a chic residential tower delivered by Mirvac, is a new development set within the masterplanned Yarra’s Edge precinct.

Five things you may not know about Mirvac's Docklands development Voyager
Voyager, Docklands. Image: Supplied

Voyager, a chic residential tower delivered by Mirvac, is a new development set within the masterplanned Yarra’s Edge precinct on the Docklands waterfront.

The harbourside precinct, set to be home to over 3,000 people, boasts over 1,000 sqm of fine dining and retail, a state-of-the-art wellness centre, parklands and marina berths.

Urban takes a look at five things you may not know about Mirvac’s Voyager development.

1. It’s the tallest building at Wharf’s Entrance

Standing 43-levels high and dominating the Docklands skyline at 138 metres, Voyager is the tallest building in the precinct to date.

The iconic tower’s smooth glass exterior is a beacon welcoming those coming to Melbourne over the Bolte Bridge.

“The curved façades reflect the changing light as the sun moves on its daily journey, an iconic beacon that welcomes residents home”, Mirvac Design director Michael Wiener said.

2. Voyager offers a broad variety of lifestyle residences

The stylish 315-apartment development boasts a collection of one, two and three-bedroom luxury apartments.

Versatile floorplans and a flexible variety of residences are designed to suit any homebuyers’ lifestyle.

A mix of inspirational artist apartments and flexi-apartments ideal for a home and office in one are also available, with spacious, flexible living spaces and the possibility to secure an accompanying car and bike spot.

3. The residence boasts an hotel-luxe feel

Five things you may not know about Mirvac's Docklands development Voyager

Aligning with the building’s sophisticated and elegant residences, a large functional lobby space helps add to the development’s hotel-luxe atmosphere.

Boasting a concierge, lobby gallery and library, the ground-floor lobby warmly welcomes residents and their guests into a beautiful space.

“The curved surfaces of the lobby reflect the nature of the building, creating a holistic experience from inside to out”, Weiner said.

4. Homebuyers can choose from two colour schemes

The Voyager offers residents the choice between two timeless colour schemes, Halcyon and Intrepid.

Halcyon, marketed towards those who “understand sophistication,” features neutral accents, stone benches, metallic finishes and soft tones.

While Intrepid explores darker tones, with slim-line porcelain, metallic accents and contrasting materials.  

5. Residents can enjoy premium shared amenities

Five things you may not know about Mirvac's Docklands development Voyager

Voyager boasts an abundance of premium amenities, designed for residents and their guests to entertain or retreat.

The residence’s waterfront location offers sensation views of the Melbourne CBD.

“The soft ribbonlike walls effortlessly weave their way forming a backdrop to a series of seamless and uninterrupted spaces with spectacular views”, the project’s marketing read.

Designed to provide flexible spaces, the Société rooftop includes indoor and outdoor spaces, , theatre and karaoke, yoga space and communal barbeque, while the residents' club offers private dining, a bar lounge and an intimate open air fireplace lounge.

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Max Kwok

Max Kwok

Max Kwok is a staff contributor at urban.com.au. Based in Sydney, Max has previously worked at Property Observer where he specialised in content creation and editorial research.

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