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04 Sep 2018

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Cutting edge living

Melbourne historically passed a significant milestone this week, with our population skyrocketing up to five million for the first time ever.

And it’s no wonder people are flocking to this great city, with its vast array of culture, nightlife, food and wine.

At the very centre of this sits South Melbourne as one of the city’s most vivacious playgrounds. With the quintessential South Melbourne Market on their doorstep, ample public transport and just a stone’s throw from the beach, residents in this suburb are extremely well catered for.

Characterised by heritage streetscapes with Victorian terraces and a village feel, it makes for a highly desirable location on the city’s edge.

A veritable melting pot of class, culture and convenience, it’s an area of Melbourne that attracts locals and new members to the community at an increasing rate. Hence, it was an easy decision for CEL Australia to choose this suburb for its exciting new development, FIFTEEN85 South Melbourne.

Conveniently located at 15-85 Gladstone St, FIFTEEN85 South Melbourne offers residents an expertly-curated community, conveniently located directly opposite the brand-new South Melbourne Primary School and Montague community park.

There are also plans for a world-class early learning centre to be launched nearby, making it an incredibly convenient development for new families.

“This location has everything going for it, with excellent transport connections and its close proximity to the bay and beach areas. The area is also well serviced by government-driven infrastructure,” CEL Australia general manager Tim Pearce said.

“We love families and want to make sure that they are given the opportunity to own their first home and grow their family, while enjoying a cosmopolitan lifestyle.”

CEL’s development will feature three towers consisting of 700 apartments as well as shared spaces, specially-designed to encourage interaction between residences, creating a vertical community.”

All three towers will includes a variety of one bedroom, one bedroom plus study, two bedrooms plus one bathroom, two bedrooms plus two bathrooms and three bedrooms plus two bathrooms apartments.

FIFTEEN85 South Melbourne is a residential showpiece aiming to set the trend for city living.

Fifteen85.com.au

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