35 Spring St
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35 Spring St will set a new benchmark for luxury living in Melbourne. With the Treasury Gardens an enviable front garden and the urban playground of Flinders Lane right next door, 35 Spring St is Melbourne’s most prestigious residential address.
35 Spring St
Standing 43 storeys high, 35 Spring St’s strong presence draws inspiration from its unique location opposite the city’s celebrated garden heart.
Royal Botanic Gardens
38 hectares of picturesque landscaping, with a famed running track just moments from the CBD.
The Melbourne Arts Centre
Sitting beneath an iconic spire – Arts Centre Melbourne is Australia’s largest and busiest performing arts centre with a program ranging from epic masterpieces to intimate one-man shows.
Port Phillip Bay
A popular spot for sailing enthusiasts, Port Philip Bay connects Melbourne to a variety of beaches from St Kilda to Sorrento.
Southbank Promenade and Southgate Arts Precinct on the Yarra River is one of Melbourne’s major entertainment precincts, buzzing with cafes, shops and restaurants.
Melbourne’s Crown is one of the largest casino complex’s in the Southern Hemisphere, with a range of luxury shopping, hotels and dining options from Nobu to Rockpool.
A short stroll form the CBD, Docklands has a number of shops and restaurants on the waterfront, with bbq areas, running tracks and the famous Etihad Stadium.
An open air piazza and host to numerous events and festivals, Melbourne’s favourite meeting place is internationally recognised for its award-wining architectural design by Lab architecture studio and Bates Smart.
Flinders Street Station
Covers two whole city blocks from Swanston Street to Queen Street, Flinders Street is Melbourne’s busiest train station. An iconic cultural icon, it is listed on the Victorian Heritage Register.
Fitzroy and Treasury Gardens
With Melbourne’s beautiful Treasury and Fitzroy Gardens at its doorstep, 35 Spring St enjoys an immediate connectivity to a place of calm respite, majestic trees and sloping manicured gardens.
Extending from the ‘Paris End’ of the CBD, Collins street is a boulevard of chic designer shopping and grand heritage buildings, with entrances to Collins Place and the historic Block Arcade.
Connecting Little Bourke Street to Bourke and Lonsdale Streets, Chinatown is the bustling heart of Melbourne’s Asian culture, with a vibrant history dating from 1855.
Built at the height of the gold rush, Parliament House is the largest nineteenth century public building in Australia, and one of the finest examples of the civic architecture of the British empire period anywhere in the world.
On the corner of Lonsdale and Swanston Streets, QV is an eclectic mix of shops, cafes and restaurants in an open-air, pedestrian laneway network. The precinct is a block footprint of Robert Hoddle’s original plan of Melbourne.
St Patrick’s Cathedral
A leading example of the Gothic Revival style of architecture, the cathedral is built with seven chapels, and has the distinction of being both the the largest church building overall in Australia.
With close to 300 stores, the Melbourne Central Shopping Centre sits above a busy train station. Contained underneath a glass cone is the historic Coop’s Shot Tower, built on the site in 1888.
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