Singapore, May 12, 2015 – Melbourne property developer BMP has unveiled Shadow Play, a luxurious residential development on Southbank in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Designed by renowned architect Elenberg Fraser with interiors by Hecker Guthrie, the towering residence is captivating and majestic from every perspective, exuding the essence of sculptural intent, beauty and human desire.
Shadow Play is a 46-storey, freehold development scheduled for completion in 2018. It boasts a site area of 1,260 square metres and comprises 496 units. A limited 30% has been made available to foreign investors, and at present, the quota has been maximized, with buyers mainly from Hong Kong and China.
Both eloquent and luxurious, Shadow Play’s luxuriously appointed one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments will be enveloped by exquisite materials and finishes including stone, brass and beautifully crafted timbers; discrete yet innovative technology are also woven seamlessly into the fabric of the tower, providing world class digital connectivity and concierge facilities. The rich and sensorial living experience is further augmented by unprecedented private dining, in-house lounge and resident’s gym.
Situated less than 1 kilometer from the city centre and upon the nexus of City Road and Clarendon Street in Southbank, the residence stands at the entrance of Melbourne’s entertainment and recreation precincts – the excitement and colour of which is matched only by the grandeur and serenity of nearby botanical gardens, parklands and picturesque Port Phillip Bay. The Yarra, an ancient freshwater river intersects the city and gently flows to the north of Shadow Play, reminding residents of the city’s natural bounty while providing a promenade for early morning joggers and urban explorers.
Shadow Play is located only 1.5 kilometres away from Collins Street – the grandest street within the city, celebrated for its mix of glamour and charm, hosting an assemblage of five star hotels, iconic churches, live theatres, Town Hall, world class gastronomic delights and luxury retail boutiques. The residence is also 2 kilometres away from Australia’s premier sporting and entertainment precinct, and a 6-minute walk to Crown Casino and Entertainment Complex.
“Singapore was the second-biggest source for foreign investment in Australian properties in 2015, with a total spending of about A$5.7 billion. The weakening Australian dollar has increased the attractiveness of real estate investments for Singaporean buyers,” said Ms Rhonda Wong, CEO of Anthill Realtors Pte Ltd, the leading agency involved in foreign sales transactions for Shadow Play. “Melbourne has been ranked as the world’s most liveable city, four years in a row now, and has benefitted from a strong economy, sustained population growth as well as home to a vast array of global events. Shadow Play’s prime location, coupled with its pricing has drawn strong interest from overseas investors who recognize the development’s potential to appreciate in the long run,” she continued.
For more information of Shadow Play, visit http://www.bpmcorp.com.au/