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MAB launches the Banksia project

30 Jun 2015

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MAB’s latest residential development Banksia was officially launched earlier this month as part of Dockland’s NewQuay Precinct transformation.

The $140 million project will also see a 4600 sqm park set around the new tower allowing residents plenty of green space.

MAB founder and executive director Andrew Buxton said the new venture would enhance the waterfront living lifestyle of Docklands.

“There are only a handful of locations with the necessary attributes for a true luxury project and we felt that the Docklands was one of those opportunities. We wanted to optimise this spectacular site and are delighted to showcase what MAB can achieve with Banksia,” he said.

“Banksia and public spaces like this new park provide a boost to not only NewQuay but the Docklands as a whole, helping to fulfil its potential as one of Australia’s prime waterfront locations.”

“We want Docklands to become more than just apartments and office buildings, but a place people love to live, work, play and visit. Having public spaces including waterfront gardens, parks and art will drive this transformation.”

Banksia will include 108 apartments across 18 levels varying from one to four bedroom luxury residences, as well as penthouses.

Construction of Banksia is set to begin later this year with completion aimed at early 2018.

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