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Avg. Volume4,498
Market Cap134.633M
Beta (5Y Monthly)0.12
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.0070
Earnings DateFeb 19, 2021
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  • The Southern Hemisphere’s Tallest Residential Tower Celebrates Grand Completion

    The Southern Hemisphere’s Tallest Residential Tower Celebrates Grand Completion

    Southern Hemisphere's tallest tower Australia 108 reaches completion To celebrate the official completion of the Southern Hemisphere's tallest tower, Australia 108, the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra will play its highest ever concert in the building, to be streamed for free around the world. Australia 108, the tallest residential tower in the Southern Hemisphere Australia 108, the tallest residential tower in the Southern Hemisphere, is now complete, rising 319 metres from the streets of Melbourne. MELBOURNE, Australia., March 18, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Southern Hemisphere’s tallest residential tower – Australia 108, by developer World Class Global – will host the renowned Melbourne Symphony Orchestra’s highest ever concert to celebrate the 319-metre tower’s grand completion this month. Located in Melbourne, the super-tall tower is now complete and an incredible new sight on the city skyline. It lifts the bar in terms of residential addresses, boasting the highest residences in the Southern Hemisphere. To celebrate the building’s completion, orchestra members will perform a sky-high repertoire from 7:30pm on Sunday 21 March (Australian Eastern Daylight Time AEDT) from different spaces within the landmark tower’s luxurious 2,800 square metre Star Club, including from one of its eye-catching infinity pools that hover 212 metres above the streets below. The performance will be broadcast free from MSO’s YouTube channel (link here) and give architecture and design fans – along with music lovers – a look inside the prestigious private Star Club, home to some of the most luxurious amenity experiences in the world. The Star Club is located within the building’s distinctive golden cantilevered Starburst, which protrudes up to eight metres from the structure from levels 70 and 71. World Class Global CEO David Ng said the concert aimed to celebrate the completion of the Australia 108 landmark on Melbourne’s skyline and welcome it to the cityscape. “The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra has set the beat of the city with its world-class performances for more than 100 years. We could not think of a more appropriate way to welcome Australia 108 to the skyline than through a concert for all Melburnians to enjoy,” Mr Ng said. “We hope this performance inspires music lovers and Melbourne lovers alike to dream large and look up, as Australia 108’s height reminds us just what is possible.” Construction of Australia 108 – which comprises 1,105 apartments – commenced in 2015, with Multiplex spending the first 12 months on groundworks, driving over 200 piles up to 46-metres deep. A workforce of 3,252 tradespeople and consultants were employed during the development journey of the $1 billion project. Conceived by award-winning design firm Fender Katsalidis, which also designed Melbourne’s former tallest building Eureka Tower, Australia 108’s glass plated façade comprises a total of 14,854 panel and 24 prefabricated golden trusses for its architectural ‘Starburst’ design feature. Unveiled last month, the Star Club at Australia 108 boasts everything a resident could hope to enjoy including two infinity edge swimming pools perched 212 metres above ground, expansive lounges, meeting spaces, elegant dining rooms, a theatre, two expansive gyms, as well as a vertical sky-garden. This civic area is envisaged to become a resident hub and remote working option above the clouds. Nicky Drobis, director at Fender Katsalidis, said the practice relished the opportunity to meaningfully contribute to Melbourne’s skyline again in a way that complements the building’s surrounding urban forms. “The development of Australia 108 has been an incredible journey for our firm and we are thrilled with the outcome we have achieved for Melbourne, in both a residential and architectural context,” said Ms Drobis. “Australia 108 is an innovative and original tower with world-class resident amenity that puts it at the forefront of modern, high-rise living, while also being a striking fixture in the skyline for everyone to enjoy.” In December last year, a selection of premium Cloud Residences debuted on the market, commanding prices between $1.9 million for a three-bedroom living space and up to $5,558,000 for a Nova sub-penthouse on level 97. A private sales gallery is located on the ground floor at 70 Southbank Boulevard, with private appointments available seven days a week. To make an appointment, call CBRE on 1300 888 770. About World Class Global: World Class Global (“WCG”) is a real estate group that undertakes property development and property investment in major cities in Australia and Malaysia. Headquartered and listed in Singapore, WCG’s portfolio comprises quality and well-designed real estate projects, which are strategically located. WCG’s property development projects in Australia, which have been launched, include Australia 108, AVANT and Nova City. The Group also holds various land parcels, comprising mainly shophouses in Penang, Malaysia. The Group may in future expand to property development in other sectors such as the industrial and hospitality sectors and may acquire or develop new properties in Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia, New Zealand and the Philippines. Photos accompanying this announcement are available at: https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/8bc10dc4-2478-46f9-b7b7-a45ed958c83f https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/1fc9a31f-5fc5-4fef-801e-876d65dd2fe4 CONTACT: For more information please contact Bastion Effect: Tiffany Ellul | tiffany@bastioneffect.com | 0404 303 308 Ted Mitchell | ted@bastioneffect.com | 0400 104 738

  • Highest Pools in the Southern Hemisphere Unveiled at Australia 108

    Highest Pools in the Southern Hemisphere Unveiled at Australia 108

    Australia 108 Star Club pool Just one of Australia 108's twin infinity pools - the highest in the Southern Hemisphere Australia 108 Sky Garden A green escape on top of the city at Australia 108. Australia 108 Sky Dining A stunning dining room at Australia 108 Australia 108 apartment A marble kitchen within one of Australia 108's incredible apartments Australia 108, Melbourne, Australia Australia 108 by World Class Global MELBOURNE, Australia, Feb. 07, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Singaporean developer World Class Global has unveiled the Southern Hemisphere’s highest swimming pools at its Australia 108 super-skyscraper in Melbourne, as it throws open the doors to its iconic golden ‘Starburst’. The dual trapezoidal-shaped ‘twinfinity pools’ on level 70 of the 319-metre-high luxury tower perch 212 metres above ground and cantilever four metres over the streets below to offer a swim experience like no other. They are the highest pools built in an apartment setting and the second highest in the world, trailing only the Ritz-Carlton's level 118 pool in Hong Kong at 484 metres high. Stretching 18 metres long and 5.3 metres at its widest point, the north-facing pool offers unrivalled panoramic views of the Melbourne skyline, while its south-facing twin looks out across Port Phillip Bay, Albert Park Lake and the Dandenong Ranges. Both pools have been unveiled for their first official laps as part of the launch of Australia 108’s Star Club, two levels of unparalleled resident experiences spanning 2,800 square metres within the building’s Starburst. Other amenity to keep residents busy for life include resident lounges, meeting spaces, dining rooms, a theatre, two expansive gyms, as well as a vertical sky-garden – envisaged to become a sky-high community hub and remote working option. World Class Global CEO David Ng said he was thrilled to be opening the Star Club to residents, which takes the lifestyle offering at Australia 108 to new heights. “We are incredibly excited to open our spectacular Star Club at Australia 108. It is a huge milestone for the project and stellar icon for Melbourne’s skyline, featuring two of the highest and most breathtaking swimming spots on the planet,” said Mr Ng. “The Star Club introduces a mix of social and wellbeing spaces for residents of Australia 108 situated at uncharted heights above the clouds.” All residents at Australia 108 can access all level 70 Star Club amenity, while purchasers in the tower’s premium collection of Cloud Residences above the Starburst have their own exclusive level of amenity, including a private infinity pool on level 70 and an entire floor on level 71 that includes an exclusive gym, dining rooms, a cinema, lounges and plenty more to enjoy. This adds to an already impressive list of conveniences on level 11 including a sauna and steam room, gym, lap pool and golf simulator. Nicky Drobis, director at Fender Katsalidis, the architecture firm behind Australia 108, said the Star Club was designed to create a genuine sense of community at the megatower, which comprises 1105 apartments. “A key objective for us when designing the Starburst was to create a civic-style environment that would help foster an authentic sense of connection among residents, like that of a town hall. It is humbling to see this being realised and residents embracing it,” said Ms Drobis. “The Commonwealth Star on the Australian flag inspired our design for the Starburst and has supported our vision to create a truly innovative and iconic landmark for Melbourne.” Carr managing director Chris McCue said the interiors inside the Starburst were created with a focus on resident wellbeing and flexibility. “More than ever the setting of 2020 has validated the emphasis on resident amenity and wellness. The building provides a cohesive retreat with an abundance of amenities to genuinely enrich the lives of residents to foster community,” Mr McCue said. “From an early design phase we recognised the role design has to play in the creation of the vision for a vertical community.” The Star Club is furnished with a selection of exclusive designer furnishings including artwork by South Africa’s Zarah Cassim, Melbourne’s Valerie Sparks and Laelie Berzon as well as Brooke Holm. Hub Furniture has brought in stunning pieces by Molteni and Moroso with stunning display items by Lowe Furniture, vases by Anna Varendorff and Bitossi as well as lighting by Roll & Hill. Craning and affixing the Starburst’s cantilevered architectural components into position required new construction techniques specifically created for the project by Multiplex, including special construction platforms allowing workers to safely install the structure over 200 metres from the ground. The unveiling of the Star Club comes shortly after Australia 108 unveiled its completed ‘Cloud’ residences late last year, including its level 97 ‘Nova’ sub-penthouses priced between $4,746,000 and $5,558,000. A private sales gallery is located at 70 Southbank Boulevard, with private appointments available seven days a week. To make an appointment, call CBRE on 1300 888 770. Photos accompanying this announcement are available at:https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/f20f3389-8dc9-45e8-bbf8-fdad6f669b84 https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/efba5d5b-b5a2-4a47-b928-ddccdf8f84cf https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/b2aca7a3-5559-429c-959e-d7603fcf60ab https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/4184ddf6-1a86-441b-906c-40c066f4099e https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/539d1cf0-bf92-4a16-8004-e95a22c284ee CONTACT: For more information please contact: Ted Mitchell | ted@bastioneffect.com | 0400 104 738