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Live more at The Evermore

Perfectly wedged in the heart of Southbank Village, within walking distance to the Arts Precinct, Royal Botanic Gardens, South Melbourne Market and Albert Park Lake, The Evermore offers residents the very best of what Melbourne has to offer.

Nestled between the growing Domain Precinct and Southbank’s low-rise community at 58-66 Dorcas St, Southbank, construction is well underway on the new 24-storey twin tower development which is due for completion later this year.

Developed by Landence Group, The Evermore has been designed by renowned architects Hayball to be timeless in both architecture and interior design. Offering spacious one-, two- and three-bedroom homes in a safe and convenient location, it offers a rare lifestyle which is unique to Melbourne.

Located within a well-established, strong local community, the area is also well serviced by great connectivity to public transport. Walking distance from St Kilda Rd, in 2025, the neighbourhood will also be within a stone’s throw from the new Anzac Metro Station which is currently under construction at the Domain Interchange.

The residential towers will maximise views and minimise the number of south-facing apartments. The Evermore employs good design sense as is evident with abundant air reticulation, direct light and clever planning. Expansive balconies and vertical shading address the harsh western sun while also optimising blockbuster views over Port Phillip Bay, Melbourne’s CBD and the Royal Botanic Gardens.

Channelling exemplary design inspired by 6-star resorts and luxury hotels, The Evermore is focused on the resident’s experience in the public and private spaces throughout the building.

The anything-but-common Evermore common areas will treat residents with exemplary experiences.

A total of 1446 sqm has been allocated to create a world of recreation, relaxation and indulgence at The Evermore with residents being able to select a world of facilities over and above the beauty of their apartments – such as the 14.5m open-air pool with sun lounges and cabanas to a high-tech gymnasium, study, library, lounge and even a gold-class cinema.

Residents will impress loved ones in the exclusive and lavish private dining rooms surrounded by elegantly-crafted furnishings and plush interiors.

A rich use of natural materiality is evident throughout The Evermore’s interiors. The kitchen features natural stone, timber and copious storage, with the latest Miele appliances. The bathrooms are capacious with brass tapware and timber floors grace the living areas with warm, woollen carpets in the bedrooms.

Apartments in The Evermore have been designed around the idea of a sophisticated retreat, with a refined material palette and optional dark or light colour schemes that invite residents to add their own personality and touches.

Last, but certainly not least, The Evermore is interspersed with lush tropical gardens and is landscaped with flourishing fronds and foliage to soften the space and calm the soul.

The display suite is open every day, located at 95 Coventry St and a display apartment is available to view by appointment.

For all other enquiries visit theevermore.com.au or call 1300 383 766.

 

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