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St Boulevard, has been conceived as a beautiful interplay between nature and architecture. Inspired by nature and designed for modern living, St. Boulevard residences become part of a stunning ecosystem, with natural materials and lush greenery drawn up from the garden and through the buildings.

Located on Melbourne’s premier tree lined boulevards, surrounded by parks and gardens, the development is positioned on the corner of High Street and St Kilda Road, only 4km from the CBD.

The development comprises of 435 apartments across 3 buildings ranging between 9 to 20 Levels. St Boulevard offers its residents a luxurious resort style living, with an internal garden pool sanctuary space incorporating a part botanic garden and part water garden feel.

The striking architecture by award winning architects Elenberg Fraser featured distinctive and stretched curtain wall glazing skin, crafted into a continuous surface that reflects the sky and surrounding parklands. All three buildings employ a narrow core-to-perimeter floor plate depth ensuring maximum views, light, and passive ventilation to apartment interiors as well as full frontages to the exterior facade to all bedrooms.

The development also offers a vibrant community with extensive suite of facilities such as private outdoor pool, garden, pavilions, indoor dining, lounge, theatre room, BBQ, spa & gym area all located on ground floor. Each of these spaces has been inspired by the Melbournians love of outdoor living and is designed to enhance the St Boulevard experience.

St Boulevard is situated at the corner of St Kilda Rd and High Street. The location is often regarded as one of Melbourne’s major arteries flanked by parks and a mix of office, residential and mix use buildings. It enjoys close proximity to the Albert Park, Fawkner Park, Royal Botanical Garden, Wesley College, Mac Robertson Girls High and Chapel Street Shopping Precinct with various tram & bus routes in all directions.

St Kilda Rd is also known for its width and leafiness, which consists of wide shared footpaths lined with trees, street side parking, bicycle lanes, motor vehicle traffic lanes, median strip reserve lined with trees and tram lines.

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