350 Queen Street, Melbourne VIC 3000
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, this development has been collaboratively designed by architects Fender Katsalidis 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 80 levels, both towers will share a podium of five levels. 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.
Queens Place will have something for everyone – those into fitness, people seeking entertainment and watering holes, and people who like to relax. Within the podium alone there is a pool and spa, private dining rooms, caterer’s kitchen, games room, private cinema, a library, poker and mahjong room, private garden terrace, karaoke suite and even a cigar bar. Residents can also take advantage of the concierge, business centre, and valet parking inclusions.
From the tailored-designed apartment to the long list of amenities encapsulating all residents’ interests and passions, Queens Place is unique in every sense and promises a privileged lifestyle.
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