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.