Property group Beulah, a leading developer of luxury properties in Australia, is about to deliver one of the most impressive mixed-use development projects Australia has ever seen, STH BNK by Beulah Group south of the Yarra River in Melbourne.
Melbourne is a city known for its unique blend of modern architecture and cultural heritage. Among its many architectural wonders, the Southbank area is a standout, and one that has garnered significant attention in recent years. The Southbank area of Melbourne, situated just across the Yarra River from the central business district, has been transformed into a world-class destination. The next evolution in the Southbank region will be led by the Beulah Group’s enormous mixed-use mini city, STH BNK, located at 118 City Road.
The Beulah Group’s development in Southbank is a 240-metre twin tower project that aims to set new standards in sustainable living. Designed by the award-winning architecture firm, UNStudio, along with Cox Architecture, the “Green Spine” in the towers is a stunning example of cutting-edge design that respects its surroundings and the environment. The location for the project sits on 6,191sqm of prime Southbank land, on the site of the Melbourne BMW dealership.
“Southbank has laid somewhat dormant for many years, our collaborative concept has the ability to truly uncover its potential, improving the urban amenity while seamlessly unifying the suburb with Melbourne’s CBD”, said Philip Cox of Cox Architects.
“The architectural and cultural impact STH BNK by Beulah will leave on Melbourne is an exciting prospect and will undoubtedly set a benchmark both locally and globally, now and well into the future.”
The Green Spine is one of the most ambitious and innovative projects that the Beulah Group has undertaken. The development is slated to feature a range of sustainability features such as a living green façade that will clean the air and reduce the urban heat island effect. The project will also include an on-site waste management system, a water treatment plant, and a range of other green technologies to reduce its environmental impact.
Apart from its environmental credentials, the Green Spine is also a masterpiece of design. The project comprises two twisting towers, each rising 70 stories high, with a total of 1,144 luxury apartments. The towers will be connected by a series of sky bridges, which will offer breathtaking views of the city and the Yarra River. The sheer enormity of this project is mind-boggling when reading over the ambitions for this world class development project.
- A hyper mixed-use precinct
- The next evolution of Southbank
- 24/7 programs & community focus
- Australia’s tallest tower and sky garden
- GFA 318,000 sqm
- Five distinct collections of private residences
- 50,000sqm of A-Grade office workspaces
- 210-suite six-star urban resort
- 2,500 seat multi-functional conference and entertainment centre
- Childcare service
- 5,000sqm science-backed health and wellness precinct
- 3,500sqm of international art gallery
- 12,500sqm Public green spaces throughout including Australia’s highest sky garden
- 30,000sqm of world-class experiential retail
- Four Seasons Hotel Melbourne
- Beulah FreshAir
- STH BNK AutoClub
- Comprehensive amenities
The Green Spine’s façade is made up of a series of undulating curves, inspired by the fluidity of the Yarra River. The towers’ curves will create an eye-catching effect, transforming the Melbourne skyline and creating a new landmark for the city. The Green Spine’s interior is just as impressive, with luxurious finishes, state-of-the-art facilities, and a range of amenities that cater to the needs of modern residents.
The Beulah Group’s vision for STH BNK goes beyond the Green Spine. The developer has undertaken a range of other projects in the area, including the ‘Scape’ development, which features two towers with a mix of apartments and hotel rooms. The Beulah Group has also transformed the former BMW site into a mixed-use development called ‘Paragon,’ which will include apartments, retail spaces, and a new public park.
The projects luxury apartments are now for sale to the market, with reported sales of over $600m in a matter of months.
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