AlphaMac, ROTHELOWMAN combine for sell-out success at Clara Q


Clara Q, the tallest building in Melbourne’s Kew Junction, is now fully sold prior to the completion of construction.

Developed by AlphaMAC Property Group and designed by ROTHELOWMAN, the striking 12-storey residential tower features 46 one and two bedroom apartments ranging from 51sqm to 94sqm.

The ground level will incorporate shop fronts and a restaurant, activating street interfaces on both High and Denmark Streets.

The design, articulated into three forms of varying height aims to take advantage of its pivotal position at the apex of Kew Junction.

All apartments will have a balcony or terrace and provide some of the best views in Melbourne.

AlphaMAC Property Group Director Peter Hua said, “Clara Q offered an affordable entry point into the prestigious Kew housing market and lifestyle, with one-bedroom apartments starting at $379,000 compared with median unit price in Kew of $582,500.”

The development will also include a luxury penthouse of 291sqm which is equipped with a wrap- around balcony offering panoramic views of the city and eastern suburbs.

Kim Lowman, Principal at ROTHEWLOWMAN said “the market response has been overwhelmingly positive, with all apartments sold off the plan. The central location and high quality finishes throughout the apartments appealed to a mix of owner-occupiers and investors. We are pleased with how well the development has been received.”

Clara Q, which is due for completion next month, will occupy the former iconic Q-Cars site.

The developer acquired the site, at 118-120 High Street in 2009.

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