Valad Announces AIR Development on Pentridge Prison Site, Coburg

The 18-storey building, designed by Rothelowman to capture and funnel the wind, will include a German-engineered wind harnessing system, capable of producing 17,500 kilowatt hours of electricity a year.
 
Apartment Superstores chief executive officer Jack Brukarz is marketing apartments at Air.
 
He said the building will include practical, inbuilt green features “that produce real savings for its inhabitants and the environment.”
 
Studios of about 30 square metres start from $215,000. One-bedroom apartments start from $287,500, while two-bedroom start at $465,000.

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