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Mirvac’s final release

01 Nov 2018

On October 20 Mirvac announced its third and final release of its waterside residences at Yarra’s Edge.

The collection of homes comprise 11 Wharfside Residences spanning four levels, and seven Cargo Homes designed over three levels.

Mirvac’s general manager of residential Victoria, Elysa Anderson, said there were very few locations in Melbourne that offered flexible living coupled with north-facing views of the water and city

“We are dedicated to delivering quality, luxury homes in the very best locations, and Yarra’s Edge is no exception, fast becoming one of the city’s premier inner-city suburbs,” Ms Anderson said.

The 18 Wharfside Residences and Cargo Homes are inspired by the precinct’s wharf heritage – by the water, featuring large jewel-like facades incorporating zinc, brick, aluminium, copper or timber look panelling.

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