Colliers Residential Melbourne To Launch Lendlease’s Next Stage At Regatta, Collins Wharf

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Regatta Collins Wharf is a premium waterfront development project located in Victoria Harbour, Melbourne, by renowned developer Lendlease. The project boasts a unique design that integrates seamlessly with its picturesque waterfront setting, providing a luxurious lifestyle for residents. The Regatta project sits within Development Victoria’s, Victoria Harbour Precinct within the iconic urban renewal Docklands district of Melbourne.

Designed by award winning architects Warren and Mahoney, the development comprises five residential towers housing over 1500 luxury apartments, including one, two, three and four-bedroom configurations. Regatta Collins Wharf’s interiors are designed by acclaimed Australian design firm Hecker Guthrie, who have created contemporary, elegant spaces with a focus on functionality and practicality.

Collins Wharf Lendlease from Victoria Harbour View
Collins Wharf Lendlease from Victoria Harbour View
Regatta Collins Wharf
Regatta Collins Wharf

Director of Colliers Residential, Brett Griffith, has announced the launch of the next stage of the precinct to the market recently, after the sell-out of Melbourne Quarter shifts Lendlease’s focus to their Regatta next phase.

“We would like to take this opportunity to extend our sincere appreciation to Lendlease for hosting a wonderful celebration event that marked this significant milestone. Their commitment to delivering exceptional quality and innovation has been integral to the success of this project”

“As we move forward, we are excited to announce the release of Regatta at Collins Wharf. This stunning new development will offer breath-taking waterfront views, exceptional amenities, and an unrivalled lifestyle experience.”

Regatta Collins Wharf’s apartments are designed to maximise the spectacular views and natural light, with floor-to-ceiling windows in the living areas and bedrooms. The interiors feature premium finishes, including European oak timber flooring, stone benchtops, and high-quality appliances. The apartments also have private balconies, some of which are up to 25 meters long, providing the perfect space for entertaining guests or relaxing outdoors.

Colins Wharf by Lendlease
Colins Wharf by Lendlease
Regatta Amenity
Regatta Amenity
Regatta Residents Entrance
Regatta Residents Entrance

The location of Regatta Collins Wharf is another key selling point, with the development nestled in the heart of Victoria Harbour, one of Melbourne’s most sought-after locations. The area boasts an array of restaurants, cafes, bars, and shops, as well as a range of recreational facilities, including parks, bike paths, and marinas. Residents can also enjoy easy access to public transport, with the free City Circle tram just a short walk away.

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Sustainability is also a key focus of the Regatta Collins Wharf development, with Lendlease committed to achieving a 5-Star Green Star rating. The development incorporates a range of environmentally sustainable features, including energy-efficient appliances, a rainwater harvesting system, and sustainable building materials.

The Docklands precinct in Melbourne continues it’s strong urban renewal growth, as a design excellence case study into the discipline. Riverlee’s Seafarers has recently begun it’s inception into the area also, with strong sales reported, and impressive urban design at the forefront.

Regatta Collins Wharf is a premium waterfront development that offers luxury living in one of Melbourne’s most desirable locations. The development’s unique design, premium finishes, and impressive array of amenities make it an ideal choice for those seeking a sophisticated and comfortable lifestyle. The project is expected to be under development until 2030, with an estimated total end value of $6.7 billion.

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