SINGAPORE - Aspial Corp's property arm, World Class Land, is showcasing its upcoming Melbourne project at a preview in Singapore on Saturday.
The commercial and residential tower, named Australia 108, was initially planned to be 108 storeys tall but had to be lowered to 100 storeys to acommodate airplane flight paths, Aspial said in a statement on Friday.
When completed, it will be Melbourne's tallest building.
The homes are split into Sky Rise Residences, which are smaller units housed between levels 11 and 67, and Cloud Residences, which are bigger units on levels 72 to 97.
Altogether, there will be 1,105 units ranging from studio apartments to a 8,772 sq ft "super-penthouse" on the 100th floor.
The condominium will feature facilities such as a 25-metre lap pool, a spacious gym, theatrette, steamrooms, and saunas
"Australia 108 will be the tallest building World Class Land has ever built and we are
exceptionally proud for it to also be the tallest residence in the southern hemisphere," said
Mr Koh Wee Seng, the director of World Class Land, said: "This breathtaking residence will surely take sky-high living to new heights with its wonderful exterior and interior designs, and a plethora of exceptional facilities. Residents will experience the true meaning of living in the clouds."
The Australia 108 showflat will open for public preview on Saturday at the atrium of Keypoint, 371 Beach Road.
Indicative prices of the units will be made available at the preview, Aspial said.