On 6 April 2018, Hickory, UEM Sunrise, and PDS Group, celebrated the ‘topping out’ of Conservatory at a ceremony on level 42 of the building.
Mr. Michael Argyrou, Managing Director of Hickory, said that the company was proud to reach the ‘topping out’ stage of the project and is excited to see the finished product come September.
“Hickory is very proud to be delivering a high quality, landmark project in Melbourne such as Conservatory. It will no doubt be an amazing place to live for the owners of these luxury apartments.”
The AUD$330 million luxury residential building located on McKenzie Street, Melbourne represents a new era of population growth and will service Melbournians with luxury accommodation options, boasting views over the Carlton gardens and lavish amenities such as a private jacuzzi, private cinema and golf simulator.
UEM Sunrise’s Head of Operations, Ong Chee Wei said, “Conservatory marks an important piece of history for UEM Sunrise – it’s the first step for us in fulfilling our promise of delivering quality, luxury projects in Australia.”
Andrew Fortey, PDS Group Managing Director, who has worked with UEM Sunrise since their arrival in Australia in 2014, said that “PDS Group is extremely proud to work with UEM Sunrise, delivering on their vision for the Melbourne skyline. Conservatory is one of Melbourne finest developments, showcasing its unique sculptural architecture, sophisticated interior design, remarkable city views and proximity to Carlton Gardens.”
Conservatory offers 446 units of one, two and three-bedroom residences and three generous levels of residential facilities. These include a pool, gymnasium, yoga zone, BBQ pit, entertainment deck, private cinema and two expansive Jacuzzi on the Level 42 Carlton Skydeck, with amazing views over the Carlton Gardens.
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