The apartment is the last of three in the complex, owned by Iris. Spreading over two levels, it includes 380 square metres of living space, with five bedrooms, and a further four outdoor terraces, with views of the Yarra River and CBD.
Skipping Girl, at 655 Victoria Street, was one of Melbourne’s first inner-city warehouse conversions, and prompted protests and planning disputes when it was proposed in the 1990s.
Kay & Burton selling agent Jason Scillio and Sam Wilkinson are marketing the property and quoting around $2.5 million. The apartment goes to auction at midday on Saturday September 20.
Ms Lustig-Moar’s late father Ted, and ex husband Max Moar, established development company Lustig-Moar in 1971.