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08 Aug 2018

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Community living in the heart of Southbank

Meydan Group is putting the focus on community with an innovative residential development at 57 Haig that makes the most of Southbank’s access to Melbourne’s inner-city attractions.

Designed in partnership between the award-winning Bruce Henderson Architects and Wireframe Architecture, 57 Haig presents a range of one, two and three-bedroom luxury apartments in a genuine vertical community that offers a suite of multi-level residents’ facilities.

Wireframe Architecture’s Geoff Dill sees the project design as fulfilling the needs of the modern city dweller.

“Social connection and lifestyle flexibility are essential,” he said. “Not only is Haig St within walking distance of the CBD, the Yarra’s entertainment and dining precinct, South Melbourne and the city’s best parks and gardens, but daily life within the building flows and integrates through clever, intuitive arrangements of communal spaces.”

Central to the building’s architectural concept is a grand internal lobby space at street level. Together with carefully-integrated linking spaces throughout the podium and tower, the inviting gateway experience aims at fostering pride of place and a sense of belonging. The three levels of resident facilities enjoy a separate access from that of the residences, while a pedestrian and bicycle thoroughfare joins Haig St and Blankley Place.

“We wanted to create a ‘stacked’ village square atmosphere,” Mr Dill explained. “Multiple spaces provide huge scope for connected community living. Step outside your apartment and you’ve got instant access to a gym, residents’ lounge, cinema, terrace with barbecue facilities – even a children’s playground. And if you’re working from home, there’s a fully equipped business centre right inside your building.”

With only limited apartments per floor, all living spaces and bedrooms have an abundance of natural sunlight. The large selection of corner apartments offer dual aspects over the Melbourne city skyline, the bay and more – through full-height double-glazed windows.

For luxury living in a central location as your next home, register your interest now at 57haig.com.au

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