Brookfield Multiplex completes work on Melbourne housing project

WCN Editorial Team 17 Aug 2016 OCEANIA BUILDINGS

Australian construction firm Brookfield Multiplex has completed construction work on a residential building in Southbank, Melbourne.

The $124M project, named Platinum Tower, includes 438 apartments available in one-, two-, three- and four-bedroom options.

The development, designed by Squillace, features a swimming pool, a sauna, a spa, a gym, private dining, winter gardens and a sky lounge with views of Melbourne CBD, Albert Park and Port Phillip Bay.

The tower’s podium includes retail space, a ground level restaurant and café and concierge facilities for residents. It also provides nine levels of car parking.

Brookfield Multiplex Victoria regional managing director Graham Cottam said: “We are delighted to deliver another premium residential tower to Melbourne’s skyline. We have drawn on our specialist expertise to meet construction challenges associated with delivering high-rise towers in the busy CBD environment.”

The project created 1,900 jobs during construction and was completed in just under two years.

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