CBD’s tallest tower completed
words by Sean Car
Malaysian property developer UEM Sunrise Berhad officially completed its $800 million flagship Australian project Aurora Melbourne Central on Latrobe St last month.
The mixed-use tower and tallest building in the CBD at 86 storeys (289 metres) is already home to almost 2000 new residents and offers office suites, 2540 sqm of new retail space and 252 serviced apartments sold to Scape Australia.
UEM Sunrise managing director and CEO, Anwar Syahrin Abdul Ajib, said the company was delighted with the finished result of its flagship Australian project.
“UEM Sunrise is very proud to have delivered such a high-quality, landmark building in the heart of Melbourne that successfully offers thousands of residents, workers and visitors unparalleled convenience and connectivity.,” he said.
“It will be rewarding to see the Aurora and CBD community make use of this world-class building and take full advantage of its direct connection to neighbouring amenities.”
Aurora Melbourne Central was designed by architect Elenberg Fraser and constructed by Probuild.
Lord Mayor Sally Capp said, “Aurora Melbourne Central has unique design features and adds a distinctive element to Melbourne’s skyline. The ever changing skyline is a demonstration of the confidence businesses and investors have in our economy.” •