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Rendering of Melbourne Square towers 1 and 2. Image by COX architecture.

Located at the South-Eastern gateway to the most dense suburb in the Southern Hemisphere, Melbourne Square rises, creating a space to live, work and relax for over 5,000 people.

The development brings much needed immediate green space to the once concrete jungle, however residents and workers are not at a loss for options with Albert Park and the Royal Botanic Gardens precinct in mere walking distance or a few tram stops away.

The parks offer a vast range of activities such as rowing, dog walking, cycling and jogging. Bordering the Southbank suburb is the Yarra River, Melbourne’s most famous waterway. The Yarra is lined with exquisite restaurants, bars and clubs and with Southbank not being short of entertainment, Melbourne Square is also within walking distance of Crown Casino and Promenade complex.

With an array of hotels and businesses nearby, Southbank swells to a daily population of over 50,000 people as it evolves as one of the city’s next business and entertainment districts.

Location of Melbourne Square, south of the river at corner Power and Kavanagh Street. Image by Google Maps.

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