Developed by OSK Property
At Melbourne Square, the qualities that make this city so admired internationally have been encapsulated within one impressive new address, from beautiful gardens and bold architecture to lifestyle retail options and café culture.
A new era for Melbourne living
Rising above an expansive 3000 sqm park setting and a wide range of retail, supermarket, dining and childcare spaces, Melbourne Square delivers an array of premium apartments and penthouses, alongside an exceptional level of private amenity and lush rooftop gardens.
With abundant lifestyle options just downstairs, and the best of the CBD and inner-city on the doorstep, Melbourne Square stands apart as a premier place to live. It is also set to be a landmark urban destination, representing the fine design and focus on liveability for which Melbourne is renowned.
Melbourne Square will continue OSK Property’s distinguished history in world-class, large-scale projects, such as Mirage by the Lake, featuring a township of 477 residences and mixed-use amenity, and Pangaea which features 3120 homes across multiple apartment towers in a master planned community.
Building on the success of these major Malaysian projects and 19 other projects currently in development, and working with an industry-leading Australian team, OSK Property is determined to deliver its first Melbourne project as an address of international standing.
Melbourne has emerged as an international destination for commerce, liveability and education.
With direct connections to South East Asia and with Melbourne’s international reputation for education, business and tourism, the city is a perfect investment and residential choice.
Melbourne is home to many of Australia’s largest corporations, as well as offering world-class study at universities and a 24-hour lifestyle to rival the region’s great cities.
Surrounding Melbourne Square are well-established inner-city precincts and internationally known festival locations, all within easy walking distance of home.
From bustling CBD streets to the tranquil grounds of the Royal Botanic Gardens and the sophisticated waterfront playgrounds of Docklands and St Kilda Beach, you’re centrally positioned to enjoy the very best of Melbourne living.
Melbourne is renowned for its education excellence, the city is home to world class institutions at every level.
MELBOURNE GRAMMAR SCHOOL
Just a short walk or tram ride from Melbourne Square are the heritagelisted bluestone buildings of Melbourne Grammar School, one of the city’s leading private schools.
THE UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE
Located 3.5km to the north of Melbourne Square, The University of Melbourne has a proud history of more than 160 years. Today the University of Melbourne is consistently ranked among the best universities in Australia, the Asia Pacific and around the globe.
One of Melbourne’s oldest private schools, Wesley College offers its students the choice of studying the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IB DP) as well as the Victorian Certificate of Education (VCE).
The Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) is Australia’s largest tertiary institution. Multiple city campuses are easily accessed from Melbourne Square, offering a wide range of programs and courses with an international appeal.
Melbourne is known internationally for the exceptional quality of its secondary schools such as Haileybury. It boasts excellent results, outstanding teachers, small class sizes, a high level of individual attention, and a strong global focus. Positioned 2km from Melbourne Square.
Swinburne University is known for its career-ready courses in business, health, science, design, technology, and innovation. Swinburne is consistently ranked among the top 3% of universities in the world, with its main campus in Hawthorn easily reached from Melbourne Square by public transport.
Melbourne’s most refined lifestyle address with international style.
Melbourne Square is positioned within Southbank, an inner-city enclave internationally known for its sophisticated dining and entertainment by the banks of the Yarra River, its world-class arts hub and its proximity to surrounding precincts.
The focus of Southbank is its long riverside promenade of premium restaurants, shopping and entertainment between Princes Bridge and South Wharf, with expansive views of Melbourne’s CBD set against the Yarra. Major attractions include Southgate, Crown and Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Besides these waterside areas, Southbank is also well known as the home of leading performing arts institutions including Melbourne
Recital Centre, Arts Centre Melbourne, Melbourne Theatre Company and Malthouse Theatre. The National Gallery of Victoria and the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art are also renowned for their extensive local art collections and international touring exhibitions.
As a residential address, Southbank is known for its ease of access to everything else that makes inner- Melbourne so highly sought after; from peaceful gardens and vibrant beaches to the bustling heart of the CBD itself.
What links the features of Southbank is prestige. This is a world class address, where every destination and every experience is of the highest quality.
Melbourne’s most central lifestyle address
Living at Melbourne Square means shopping at some of the city’s most iconic destinations, from the bustling South Melbourne Market to Crown and the Paris end of Collins Street.
HOME OF THE ARTS
As well as the concert hall and stages of Melbourne Arts Centre, nearby cultural institutions include Melbourne Theatre Company and the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art.
One of the best views of Melbourne can be enjoyed along Southbank, where several restaurants offer alfresco dining looking over the twinkling city lights and the Yarra River.
ST KILDA BEACH
Melbourne’s best known beach is just a short distance away, home to its historic pier, iconic buildings and vibrant nightlife.
When it’s not hosting the Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix, Albert Park is known for its running track, golf course, swimming centre and a place to enjoy yachting on the lake.
Melbourne’s best loved expanse of tranquil and carefully maintained parklands is close by, connecting the Royal Botanic Gardens with Kings Domain and Alexandra Gardens.
Art, parks and places to unwind. The city’s charms begin downstairs.
Melbourne Square has been designed as a natural extension of the city’s network of landscaped spaces, retail strips and pedestrian walkways. It is set to be both a new neighbourhood environment within itself and an integrated part of Southbank.
Wide open piazzas and lush green expanses of lawn provide a place for people to gather and relax in an urban forest, while a wide range of retail, dining and community spaces deliver the city’s newest lifestyle destination.
Life’s essentials are at the door.
Melbourne Square offers its residents every inner-city convenience, both within its own amenity-rich podiums and in the surrounding neighbourhood of Southbank and the CBD.
FOOD & BEVERAGE PRECINCT
From healthy take-away meals to opulent dining experiences, Melbourne Square will soon be a part of the city’s famous gourmet scene.
CONVENIENT CHILD CARE
A new accredited child care centre in Melbourne is set to provide a convenient option for parents, keeping their children close to home while at work in the city.
FULL LINE SUPERMARKET
The centrepiece of the Melbourne Square retail offering will be a new full-line supermarket for Southbank. Operated by a well-known national brand and brimming with fresh produce, delicatessen goods and everyday groceries, this will provide residents with the ultimate in shopping convenience.
Melbourne Square’s own business centre offers residents the chance to work from home, meet colleagues and hold meetings in a professional environment.
Melbourne’s newest landmark
Melbourne Square has been designed by Cox Architecture as a prominent gateway precinct inspired by the cultural heritage of the nearby arts precinct, the greenery of the surrounding parklands, Port Philip Bay and the orderly grandeur of the city itself.
The design is composed of three key elements: a folded landscape, a terraced podium and a pair of residential towers rising above.
The contoured terraces of the podium connect to the streets of Southbank across the new gardens, piazzas, cafés, retail outlets and supermarket.
Perched above the podium are the first two towers of Melbourne Square. As Melbourne Square is located close to the arts precinct, the form of these towers has been given a sculptural quality, with a uniquely tapered and pleated façade treatment.
Internally, the result is a series of varied floor plates, each positioned to maximise natural light and sweeping views. Externally, Melbourne Square is a striking addition to the city skyline.
Melbourne Square with engaging, dynamic lifestyle spaces providing a benchmark in the provision of shared environments.
Residents at Melbourne Square will have access to an abundant array of amenity within the building, and all designed with impeccable style by Sue Carr.
These spaces have been meticulously designed to suit every lifestyle, from private dining rooms where residents can enjoy dinner parties with guests in sumptuous surrounds, to a cinema, golf simulator, demonstration kitchen and children’s play area. Both the podium and level 54 also include luxurious pool and gym spaces to enjoy.
Spread across two full floors of both towers, with an expansive outdoor pool, park and dining spaces between, the podium amenity provide a peaceful atmosphere for residents to enjoy at every hour.
Residents can enjoy a yoga session, a workout in the gym, quiet moments in the lounge, or just relax in style with friends and neighbours.
2. SUN TERRACE
3. LOUNGE / BAR
4. MUSIC ROOM
6. PRIVATE DINING
8. DEMONSTRATION KITCHEN
12. YOGA STUDIO
14. GAMES ROOM
15. GOLF SIMULATOR
16. TABLE TENNIS
Each residence is a personal sanctuary of considered design.
For the interiors of the residences at Melbourne Square, Sue Carr has taken her inspiration from the pleated architectural form of the building and the layered garden landscapes to create a continuous experience from the outside in.
While the shape of the building has allowed for a wide range of bedroom and living configurations, each residence has been designed to maximise space and take full advantage of natural light and views. Generous storage, concealed laundries and walkin robes are just some of the floorplan features which demonstrate a higher than usual commitment to living space.
The material palette of the residences
is equally considered and impressive,
from the large, sculptural marble blocks
used for the island benches of penthouse
kitchens to the fluted mosaic wall tiles
which bring a rich textural quality to the
These premium materials are used throughout both colour schemes. Options including Miele appliances, as well as Rogerseller tapware complete each home’s picture of luxury.
The result is a collection of sky-high residences offering a rare balance of intelligent craft and impressive beauty.
Melbourne Square offers a level of personal service and luxury amenity usually only found in the world’s most luxurious hotels.
A concierge will be available to welcome guests and receive packages.
Whether holding laundry or arranging for residences to be cleaned, the concierge can help with all domestic arrangements.
Melbourne Square has many private spaces which can be easily reserved to host private functions.
A car to the airport or anywhere in Melbourne can be easily arranged.
The gardens of Melbourne Square offer recreation and regeneration.
The Royal Botanic Gardens are known for their wide verdant spaces, extensive seating areas and places for quiet relaxation. Perry Lethean and his studio have mirrored this collection of grand and intimate spaces when designing the landscape architecture of Melbourne Square.
The podium landscape provides grassed, sloping lawns where residents can spread out for a picnic with friends or relax in the shade with a book. These garden areas have been designed with a collection of sub-tropical plants of contrasting textures and forms. Australian natives and exotic species such as Aloes, Agaves and Cotyledons provide a further connection with the nearby Royal Botanic Gardens.
Another nod to the city’s heritage gardens is the series of pedestrian pathways and a newly created boulevard that crosses the precinct’s paths, lined with trees, pocket gardens and water features. Additional plaza areas have been included in the masterplan for social events, outdoor dining and group gatherings.
Just as impressive as the precinct’s parks is its sustainability strategy, from water storage and reuse to drought tolerant plantings and bicycle parking. Melbourne Square has been designed to be one of the city’s new favourite parks now, and for generations to come.
These garden spaces offer an oasis within the city; a place of escape and a place to reconnect with the natural world.
The rooftop garden continues the sub-tropical theme of the podium gardens to provide an exclusive retreat for residents with a stunning pool surrounded by colourful floral displays, edible herbs and natural architectural features.
From cooking a barbecue in a dining pavilion to enjoying a peaceful yoga session on the lawn, there are multiple bookable private spaces for everyone to enjoy.