Construction is set to commence on Sky One, a residential project located in Box Hill.
Situated at 545 Station Street, Box Hill, Sky One will rise from a three-level luxury retail and dining emporium on the peak of the central hilltop in what has become Melbourne’s most sought after suburban apartment market.
The striking development will feature 438 one, two and three bedroom apartments and hotel-style amenity with landscaped gardens, pool, gym, spa, sauna, family wet area, yoga studio, formal and informal lounges, private dining, private cinema/media room, and entertainment room.
Golden Age Managing Director Jeff Xu said he was pleased to announce the delivery of the project as scheduled, following an overwhelmingly successful sales campaign.
“The success of Sky One is a testament not only to the desirability of the development but also its vibrant location, which is on track to become Melbourne’s second largest CBD.”
Golden Age also recently acquired a second site at 517-521 Station Street, Box Hill, which will be redeveloped into a multi-tower project incorporating an array of large, open public spaces, a 104 place child care facility and a mix of residential, commercial and retail spaces that will complement the luxury retail at Sky One.
“The site at 517-521 Station Street will play an important role in our greater vision for Box Hill,” Mr. Xu said.
“We have given great consideration as to how we could best enhance this thriving suburb and believe Sky One and our new site at 517-521 Station Street will provide us a rare and exciting opportunity to do so.”
The groundbreaking ceremony for Sky One will take place on Monday 21 November at 10am.
In attendance will be the newly inaugurated Mayor of Whitehorse, Denise Massoud, as well General Manager of City Development, Jeff Green, and the Manager for Planning and Building, Kim Marriot.