Sky gar­dens

Melville Times - - News -

A new de­vel­op­ment has been pro­posed in Ap­ple­cross.

A NEW tower in Ap­ple­cross has been pro­posed with sky gar­dens, short­stay ac­com­mo­da­tion and co-work­ing spa­ces.

Prop­erty de­vel­oper Mustera Prop­erty Group has sub­mit­ted a de­vel­op­ment ap­pli­ca­tion to the City of Melville for the 19storey de­vel­op­ment, named Forbes Res­i­dences.

The $105 mil­lion project has been de­signed by the in­ter­na­tional ar­chi­tec­tural prac­tice WOHA, based in Sin­ga­pore.

Mustera Prop­erty Group ex­ec­u­tive di­rec­tor Ni­cholas Zborowski said Forbes Res­i­dences would “shift the way West Aus­tralians per­ceived high-rise apart­ment liv­ing”.

“This project is a game changer,” Mr Zborowski said.

“With its curved fa­cade, abun­dant nat­u­ral green­ery and wealth of spa­ces for liv­ing, play­ing and re­lax­ing, Forbes Res­i­dences re­de­fines apart­ment liv­ing in Perth.”

The de­vel­op­ment is pro­posed on a 2023sq m site zoned mixed-use in the Kin­tail Quar­ter of the Can­ning Bridge Ac­tiv­ity Cen­tre.

The site con­sists of ad­ja­cent prop­er­ties at 10-14 Forbes Road and 40A, B and C Kishorn Road in Ap­ple­cross.

The de­vel­op­ment ap­pli­ca­tion com­prises 98 res­i­den­tial apart­ments.

There are sky gar­dens pro­posed for ev­ery three floors.

An artist’s im­pres­sion of the de­vel­op­ment.

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