Sub-Penthouse Of $300 Million Landmark, Shadow Play, Sells For $3.9 Million


BPM has secured a local buyer for the $3.9 million sub-penthouse apartment on level 44 of the landmark Shadow Play project at 105 Clarendon Street, South Melbourne.

The Melbourne businesswoman who purchased the apartment worked closely with the developer to design a bespoke floor plan that capitalises on the location’s unobstructed city and bay views.

Following last year’s sale of the $10.4 penthouse at Shadow Play, the sub-penthouse floor on level 44 was released to the market this year with only nine apartments now remaining in the 494-apartment development.

Ashley Bramich, Sales Director at BPM, said the overwhelming success of the project re-confirms that demand from discerning owner-occupiers and investors for iconic buildings remains steady. “We continue to see a strong appetite for our projects which place an emphasis on quality design and construction in sought-after inner city locations” he said.

BPM last year appointed award-winning residential builder, Icon Co, to construct the landmark $300 million project. Designed by architects Elenberg Fraser with interiors by Hecker Guthrie, Shadow Play comprises 494 one, two and three bedroom apartments over 46 levels, as well as a 600 square metre residents-only communal space on level nine.

Amenities will include a private dining area with kitchen and lounge area, gym, spa, steam room, bubble pool, barbecue and sun bathing, as well as a rooftop area with reflective tree pods.

The defining feature of the tower will be its sculptural form containing undulations in the building skin that will reflect light to mimic movement.

Shadow Play launched to market in February 2015 and is on track for construction completion in the second quarter of 2018.\

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