| ~AUD$240.5 million|
| 380 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne, Australia|
North tower: 217.5 m (714 ft)
South tower: 166.5 m (546 ft)
North tower: 67
South tower: 51
109,448 m (1,178,090 sq ft) (in 2 towers)
380 Lonsdale Street Wikipedia
380 Lonsdale Street is an approved residential and hotel skyscraper complex to be located in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Designed by Elenberg Fraser and developed by Brady Group, the project is to include 728 residential apartments as well as 312 hotel rooms comprised in two skyscrapers – the North tower and South tower. The tallest of the two skyscrapers, the 67-level North tower, will reach a height of 217.5 metres (714 feet); where as the South tower, will be 166.5 metres (546 feet) in height and encompass 51 levels.
The Lonsdale Street development was first proposed in 2013, initially as a 47-storey tower; however, plans were later re–submitted and hence the project was redesigned. 380 Lonsdale Street received planning approval by the Minister for Planning Richard Wynne in March, 2015. The project has an estimated worth of AUD$240.5 million, although no construction time frame has been set.