To be developed and built by Luxcon in collaboration with award winning architects Woods Bagot, “The Address” at 380 Albert Street, East Melbourne is an ultra-sophisticated and exclusive collection of residences in the most coveted pocket of Melbourne.
The development will offer never to be built out 270 degree views over the CBD and Fitzroy Gardens and a mix of 23 oversized two and three bedroom apartments as well as 2 sub-penthouses, topping out with 2 spectacular penthouse apartments with infinity pools overlooking the breathtaking panorama.
KEY PROJECT OFFERINGS
All of the residences will enjoy unprecedented, never to be built out views over Fitzroy Gardens and/or the Melbourne CBD.
Most apartments will benefit from direct lift access from the basement and ground floor, redefining the concept of exclusivity and privacy.
High car park ratio.
State of the art equipment inclusions and finishes throughout.
2.8m to 3m high ceilings to all apartments.
Unique exterior and interior architecture by one of the oldest, world famous multi award winning firms.
Curated ground floor food & beverage offering with a carefully selected tenant to ensure it provides lifestyle amenity for all residents.
Project Type: Residential Apartments
Location: East Melbourne
Completion Date: 2022
Established in 2008 by Ilya Melnikoff and driven by a commitment to artistic freedom in architecture, the core focus of Luxcon is creating remarkable residences around Australia's finest locations. With a belief that everyone should afford the finer things in life, Luxcon engages the industry’s most talented architects to transform its visions into iconic landmarks.
Luxcon’s impressive portfolio of projects redefines luxury living by creating timeless residential projects that defy the ordinary and stand out from the rest.
Woods Bagot is a global architectural and consulting practice founded in Australia. It specialises in the design and planning of buildings across a wide variety of sectors and disciplines, including premium residential, aviation and transport, education, science and health, lifestyle, sport and the workplace.