Melbourne Square is a verdant gateway to the city – a generous composition of open parkland, engaging spaces and sculptural beauty. ”
Philip Rowe Director, Cox Architecture

Melbourne Square Is Positioned To Become A Dynamic New City Centre With Bold Architectural Forms Complementing The Green Parklands And Active Public Realm


Melbourne’s Newest landmark

Melbourne Square has been designed by Cox Architecture as a prominent gateway precinct inspired by the cultural heritage, greenery and grandeur of the city.

The contoured terraces of the podium connect to the streets of Southbank across the new gardens, piazzas, cafés, retail outlets and supermarket. Rising above, the towers have a sculptural quality, with residences positioned to enjoy natural light and sweeping views.


A personal sanctuary of design.

For the interiors of the residences at Melbourne Square, Sue Carr has taken her inspiration from the pleated architectural form of the building and the layered garden landscapes to create a continuous experience from the outside in.

These are intelligently crafted residences, featuring generous storage, open living spaces and premium materials. From the opulent marble blocks used for the island benches of penthouse kitchens to Miele appliances and Rogerseller tapware in apartments, these are richly textured homes of considered style.


Melbourne Square offers spectacular views towards the city, Port Phillip Bay, Albert Park Lake and The Botanic Gardens