LIFE BEGINS AT “THE PARIS END”
Every great city has a quarter that expresses the essence of its spirit and soul. In Paris, it’s the 8th Arrondissement with its fashion houses, majestic apartments and cafe-lined boulevards that define Parisienne ‘chic’. In Melbourne, it’s the elegant precinct established around the leafy eastern blocks of Collins Street that for over a century has been referred to simply as “The Paris End”.
A NEW LANDMARK ON LITTLE COLLINS STREET
The iconic sculptural form of this 32-storey building presents a striking ‘wavilinear’ aesthetic that reflects a contemporary response to the sinuous lines of the Paris Art Nouveau. The building’s crown, comprising the top six floors of luxurious 2 and 3-bedroom Penthouses and Residences, provides premium views as it contributes a distinctive new presence to the Melbourne skyline.
HIGH ABOVE “THE PARIS END”
Nestled high above the treetops, take in the soaring views of the city and beyond and Melbourne’s ever-changing seasons.
YOU CAN’T SEE PARIS FROM HERE BUT YOU CAN FEEL IT
It is here, at the top end of Collins Street that one could think they are in Paris, with a diversity of heritage buildings, luxury shops, fashion boutiques, bars, restaurants, theatres. The hustle and bustle of our vibrant city creates an intimate character all of its own.
THE WORLD AT YOUR DOORSTEP
Live beside some of the world’s most renowned fashion labels - Louis Vuitton, Cartier, Prada and Chanel among many - all housed in a diverse array of contemporary and heritage buildings dating as far back as the Gold Rush.
- MacArthur Street
- Parliament station
- Spring Street - stop 9
- Bourke Street
- The Old Treasury Building
- Parliament House
- St Peter's Eastern Hill Anglican Church
- Chinese Museum
- Department of Immigration and Border Protection