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The Evermore launches

09 Mar 2017

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A new development, which is set to enliven an inactive part of Dorcas St, officially launched to the public last month.

The new twin tower development The Evermore at 58-66 Dorcas St held its official launch on Saturday, March 18, which was attended by over 150 groups.

Developed by Landence Group and designed by prominent local architect Hayball, the development features two 24-storey towers that will comprise over 400 new one, two and three bedroom apartments.

Landence Group CEO Helen Li said that the new development had been very well received by all who attended the launch for both its location and its luxurious residential and street level amenities.

“With a premium retail offering on ground level, arrival though a hotel style porte cochère and an impressive six-metre high grand lobby, The Evermore will certainly make an impressive statement,” she said.

“Adjacent to the Royal Botanic Gardens and the convenience of South Melbourne Market and Melbourne’s famous coffee culture on its doorstep, the location is unbeatable.”

Construction will commence later this year. The project is expected to be completed by the end of 2019.

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