| Approved|| 1 billion AUD|
| 250 Spencer Street, Melbourne, Victoria,|
T1: 270 m (890 ft)
T2: 240 m (790 ft)
T3: 210 m (690 ft)
T4: 230 m (750 ft)
97,000 m (1,040,000 sq ft) (in 4 towers)
Cottee Parker Architects
West Side Place is an approved A$1 billion complex of four residential and hotel buildings which, when built, will become some of the tallest buildings in Melbourne. The project is located on 250 Spencer Street, Melbourne.
The tallest of the buildings within the complex, Tower 1, will comprise 750 apartments spanning across 85 levels. At a height of 270 metres, it will become the second-tallest building in Melbourne, and one of the tallest buildings in Australia. In addition to the apartments, a 5–star hotel of 228 rooms will occupy the building's top 15 levels. Hotel chain, The Ritz-Carlton, have signed on to manage the hotel.
The 75-level Tower 2 will comprise 805 apartments and will reach a height of 240 metres, making it one of the tallest buildings in Melbourne if built. The third skysycraper will reach 210 metres, 63 levels, and will comprise 520 apartments and 260 rooms in a 3–4 star hotel. The 230-metre-tall Tower 4 will include 778 apartments across 69 levels.
The A$1 billion project will be Melbourne's biggest inner-city development, encompassing 97,000 m2 (1,040,000 sq ft) of floor space. Developed by Far East Consortium, the complex was initially proposed in 2013, and was later approved in mid–2014 by then–Planning Minister, Matthew Guy.
West Side Place Wikipedia