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Voyager underway at Yarra’s Edge

27 Feb 2019

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Mirvac has started its $300 million Voyager residential tower at Yarra’s Edge.

Voyager will rise 130 metres tall with 315 apartments across 43 levels and will be completed in mid- to late-2021.

The tower will include a mix of artist and flexi-apartments, one-, two- and three-bedroom luxury residences, as well as Sky residences and an exclusive residents-only rooftop lifestyle space on level 43 – the first of its kind in Yarra’s Edge.

Apartments range in size from 53 sqm to 173 sqm, with some accessing sweeping north facing views of the city skyline and down the Yarra River. Residents will have access to a first rooftop space with indoor and outdoor amenity for private dining, as well as a bar, lounge area, theatre and karaoke room.

The fluid form of the Voyager building was designed in response to both air and river currents, with the bronzed curved facade reflecting the changing light of the sun.

Residents will be within walking distance to the nearby Wharf Club, which boasts a pool, spa, steam room, gym, fitness facilities and cafe.

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