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A Fishermans first

09 Nov 2017

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Gravity Tower is the first high-rise residential tower to be completed in the Fishermans Bend Urban Renewal Area.

Located at the corner of Montague and Gladstone streets, residents have already moved into the building, which was also the first to start construction and top out.

Developed by 360 Property Group and designed by Plus Architecture, the 30-storey building is a symbol of the Matthew Guy era of early high-rise approvals for Fishermans Bend.

“While there is ongoing planning uncertainty around Fishermans Bend, it’s very exciting to be at the forefront of a precinct which will be integral to the future development of Melbourne’s inner city,” said Plus Architecture director Ian Briggs.

Gravity Tower is located at the top of the Montague Precinct directly overlooking the Montague St bridge and was designed with future developments of the area in mind.

It contains 144 one and two-bedroom apartments with ground level retail and features rooftop dining.

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