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Aurora Melbourne Central

Location information

Location: Oceania
Country: Australia
City: Melbourne
Address: 224–252 La Trobe Street, Melbourne, Victoria

General information

Started: 2014 year
└ List of 2010s started buildings
Completed: 2019 year
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Technical details

Height: 269 meters
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Floor count: 88 floors
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Design and construction

Architect: Elenberg Fraser
Style: Glass, Tower, Cascade
Building Uses: residential, shopping mall

Aurora Melbourne Central Tower

Melbourne's Second Tallest Building

Aurora Melbourne Central

Information

Aurora Melbourne Central
Aurora Melbourne Central is a residential skyscraper currently under construction in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Aurora Melbourne Central
Developed by Malaysian–based UEM Sunrise and designed by Elenberg Fraser, the project was first proposed in 2014, and received approval by then-Planning Minister Matthew Guy in October, 2014. Previously named 224-252 La Trobe Street, after the address of the 3,197m2 site, the project was later renamed to Aurora Melbourne Central after the natural light display aurora australis, and the shopping centre of the same name.
Aurora Melbourne Central
When completed, the development will reach 269 metres in height – making it the second-tallest building in Melbourne, behind the Eureka Tower. Aurora will comprise 941 residential apartments and 208 serviced apartments across 88 storeys, making it one of the biggest residential buildings in Australia.
Aurora Melbourne Central
Construction on the $730 million project commenced in October 2015, and is expected to be completed by 2019. (via Wikipedia)
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