35 Spring St, Melbourne. VIC

35 Spring Street is a stunning 43 level residential tower consisting of 241 high quality residential apartments located at the Paris end of the Melbourne CBD.  The building enjoys sweeping views over the adjacent Fitzroy Gardens, the Melbourne sporting precinct and back to the Melbourne CBD. 

The building includes a ground level restaurant, a residence recreation area including a private dining area, wine room, gymnasium, 25m pool and an outdoor BBQ area. 

The location enjoys the amenity of some of Melbourne's finest restaurants and is in close proximity to Melbourne's theatre scene.

The project was marketed in 2013 and was fully sold shortly thereafter. Practical Completion was achieved in March 2017.

Fast Facts

  •  Property Type: Residential 
     
  •  Scale: 241 Luxury Apartments
     
  •  Website: www.35springst.com.au
     
  •  Completion: March 2017
     
  •  Partner(s):
     
  •  Builder(s): Multiplex
     
  •  Architect(s): Bates Smart
     
  •  Portfolio: Other similar properties
     
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Di Stasio returning to CBD

Restaurateur Ronnie Di Stasio, who is heralded with contributing to the city's cafe laneway culture when he co-established the popular Rosati's in 1985, is returning to the Melbourne CBD after a hiatus of more than two decades.

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Cbus Property and Bates Smart unveil Melbourne's new tower of power

Inspired by the reputation of Manhattan’s famed Central Park luxury apartments, Cbus Property has unveiled Melbourne’s newly completed luxury address 35 Spring Street, partnering with leading architecture practice Bates Smart to deliver a quality, design statement and beacon in Melbourne’s CBD.

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Prestige market boosted by high-end apartment sales

A suite of high-end apartments in a prime Melbourne CBD residential development has quietly sold off-market over the past three months, with one top-floor, off-the-plan penthouse fetching close to $13 million, according to Cbus Property.

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Well heeled habitat

The eastern end of Melbourne’s CBD has been regarded as the top end of town since the 1880s. It is an easy reputation to spot, given the ornate architecture, hatted restaurants and exclusive brands along the likes of Collins Street and Flinders Lane.

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