Above The Glen shopping centre, Golden Age Group and Probuild, in collaboration with leading retail manager Vicinity, are celebrating the completion of the Sky Garden development.
The $450 million project was delivered within anticipated timelines despite lockdowns in Victoria this year.
Probuild also completed the $500 million retail development for The Glen shopping centre beneath Sky Garden.
"Being part of Australia's largest air rights development has been very exciting and required all of our know-how constricting in live environments with a folly operational super regional shopping centre below our construction site," says Sem Delmenico, Probuild victorian managing director.
"We expect more of these types of developments in the future throughout Australian suburbs because they offer the ultimate convenience creating the effect of a virtual mini-suburb that offers all the modern amenities families need," Delmenico says.
Sky Garden is preparing to welcome more than 1000 residents before Christmas, with close to $50 million of apartments sold during 2020.
"Buyers have been attracted to the convenience of having everything right below them in The Glen, alongside myriad amenities at their fingertips, including an expansive garden in the sky that is comparable in size to an inner city botanic garden," says Golden Age Group sales and marketing director Dandan Zhao.
Designed in collaboration with Rothelowman architects, interiors by DKO Architecture and landscaping by Spect Studios, Sky Garden launched to market with 555 one, two and three-befdroom residences across three towers. The number of residences has decreased to 536 apartments due to high demand for three-bedroom options leading to a number of amalgamations.
Residents have access to a 4000 square-metre outdoor podium garden complete with a relaxation zone, entertainment lounges, vegetable gardens, a designated children's play area, a pool, fully equipped gym, private dining rooms and terraces that can be booked for private functions, a private cinema and a library.