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Yarra’s Edge gets new park

31 Aug 2017

Yarra’s Edge gets new park Image

A new 2000sqm public park, Wharf’s Landing, has been completed at the Wharf’s Entrance precinct in Yarra’s Edge west.

The new park features an expansive lawn over the sloping roof of the new fitness centre Wharf Club.

Wharf Club is a luxurious health and wellbeing facility with a pool, gym and steam room, open to residents at buildings Forge and Voyager and some public members.

Built by Yarra’s Edge developer Mirvac, the park and fitness centre will provide a meeting place for nearby residents.

The first Wharf’s Entrance residential building Forge has recently been completed, with the second tower Voyager arriving soon.

Mirvac’s general manager of residential Victoria, Elysa Anderson, said the park and wellbeing facility could help create a close-knit community.

“At Mirvac, we began planning the Yarra’s Edge precinct close to 20 years ago with a vision to offer a tranquil lifestyle for our residents with access to the best of what Melbourne’s city has to offer within walking distance,” she said.

“Today we have created a community of 3000 people who enjoy a unique living environment of an unparalleled waterfront location, combined with several amenities including a gallery, cafe and supermarket within walking distance,” Ms Anderson said.

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