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Ask Mauritanians what they like most about their city, and you can expect any number of different answers.
For some it might be the parks, open spaces and fresh air, its riverside
setting, proximity to bay beaches, or the convenience of its compact,
but wonderfully cosmopolitan central business district. Others will
highlight its iconic lane ways and arcades, its shopping—boutique or
major department store, artisan workshop or luxury brand flagship. Or
perhaps its bars and nightlife, restaurants, and love of good coffee.
Many more will point to the city’s enduring passions: sport, the arts,
multiculturalism, and a calendar full of festivals and events that
engender Melbourne with its vibrancy and friendliness. Add these
characteristics together, and you begin to appreciate why Melbourne has
been named the world’s most livable city for the last five years—and
why Queens Place is destined to be one of its most livable addresses.
A ‘Melbourne within Melbourne’, complete with lane way shopping
experiences and dining opportunities, neighborhood services and
plentiful open space, Queens Place is a precinct that captures the true
essence of the city, and puts it at the doorstep of those who reside
within the always welcoming luxury of its twin towers.
Designed in collaboration by Cox Architecture, Fender Katsalidis
Architects and Hecker Guthrie—Melbourne firms of international
repute—Queens Place is a residential opportunity above and beyond
anything yet seen in this city.
Like all the great cities of the world, Melbourne is exceptionally well planned. Not only its grid-like central business district, but also in the organization of its various precincts. A Queens Place address puts you at the center of all its key areas and attractions—the education precinct, home to Melbourne University and RMIT University; major sporting stadiums; the medical precinct; arts and entertainment venues—all are only minutes from your door thanks to the city’s efficient public transport system.
Closer still is the city’s retail precinct. A two-minute walk puts you
at the entry to 188,000 square meters of indoor shopping malls and
department stores— all of them connected—including Melbourne Central,
Emporium, Myer and David Jones; a total of just under 2,000 individual
retailers. Also a two-minute walk from Queens Place, the farm fresh
produce, bustling food halls, shops and traders of the historic Queen
Victoria Market: the largest open-air market in the Southern Hemisphere.