“108 Flinders commands such a prominent position that it demanded a strong, distinctive design,” says Karl Fender, director and founder of Fender Katsalidis Architects. “As a result, we chose a vivid palette, creating a dynamic composition of glass, concrete and steel”.
The site is owned by Riverlea, headed by local investor Clement Lee. Knight Frank’s Tomerod is the marketing agent.
Elsewhere in Victoria, Riverlea plans to build a high quality residential village in Geelong, and on the former site of the Adelaide Brighton Geelong Cement Plant. Riverlea also controls some 183 hectares of land earmarked for housing at Oaklands Junction near the Melbourne Airport.