As more and more families are taking up life in the city, a new style of apartment that keeps residents connected to nature and the outdoors is emerging.
Named The Terraces, these large-format apartments promote a relationship with the outdoors through their extensive external living spaces and lower-level podium location that results in a feeling of living among or just above the treetops of parkland below.
And with a focal 3700 square metre park, Melbourne Square new terraces exemplify the new apartment trend.
Featuring expansive outdoor spaces up to 125 square metres in size and located across the eight podium levels of the landmark mixed-use project, these special homes at Melbourne Square provide the outdoor living spaces and treetop views buyers are accustomed to in Melbourne?s leafy, green suburbs.
Hitting the market now are 91 generously sized 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments priced from $468,900 to $1,271,000 including 13 three-bedroom apartments, 72 two-bedroom apartments and six with one bedroom.
The park views and greenery of The Terraces will be complemented by a rooftop garden oasis atop the podium on level eight that features a resort-style swimming pool with an infinity edge and private cabanas.
In addition to this rooftop oasis, Melbourne Square residents will benefit from having a new public park that makes up part of the 20 per cent of Melbourne Square that has been allocated to the public realm to enhance the amenity of the popular inner-city suburb.
The chairman of listed Malaysian developer OSK Property, Tan Sri Ong Leong Huat, said Melbourne Square would be unlike anything seen before in Southbank.
We are very proud of these exceptional terraces that offer an indoor/outdoor lifestyle previously unattainable so close to the city? he said.
We have sought to create the foundation of a rich community for Southbank with access to unprecedented amenity and a green gateway in addition to the nearby arts precinct, sporting precinct, Botanic Gardens, Crown entertainment centre and CBD, which are all a short stroll away?