Victoria One


Victoria One is a residential skyscraper currently under construction in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

The building was first proposed in 2013 and approved by then-Planning Minister Matthew Guy in June 2014. The development will reach 241 metres in height – making it the tallest residential building within the Hoddle Grid of Melbourne, and the sixth-tallest building in Melbourne overall.

The proposal includes 629 residential apartments spanning across 75 levels. Construction on the $350 million project commenced in November 2014 and is expected to be completed between 2017 and 2018.

For residents of the 629 apartments, there are three floors of communal spaces that touch on the great outdoors and give a sense of community within. Mid-level offers a pool, sauna and steam rooms and a fitness club, with views across the market, out to the Macedon Ranges and across Melbourne. There is also a garden lounge retreat and dining facilities with a kitchen and bar. Way up top there are lounge spaces and television screens to catch up on your favorite film or series.

The palette of materials is inspired by the environment outdoors with elemental tones and textures – earth, rock, water and vegetation.

Golden Age
Melbourne, Australia
Site area
932 m2
55,000 m2

245.7 m / 75 l
629 units
Project $
AUD $350 m
under construction


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