Box Hill, Victoria
The purpose of a development and the enjoyment it can bring are of the greatest value. For Sky One, the design decisions were informed by the people who would be living them firsthand.
Nestled among one of Melbourne’s most exciting and vibrant suburbs, Box Hill, rises Golden Age Group’s Sky One residences. As the tallest residential tower outside of Melbourne’s CBD, the 36-storey striking bronze development offers uninterrupted, panoramic views diversifying from the stunning city skyline to the evergreen Dandenong Ranges.
Seamlessly blending three levels of premium retail and leisure offerings with 438 luxury one, two and three-bedroom dwellings, Sky One adds to the already buzzing Box Hill.
Within the elegantly curved facade, Sky One Box Hill offers residents the ultimate luxury living experience, with level three entirely dedicated to providing an abundance of resident-only amenities including a state of the art 20m swimming pool, steam room, fully equipped gymnasium and yoga studio, cinema, mahjong rooms, library, and private residents lounge.
Located on level 32, stunning contemporary design is the hallmark of the residents-only Sky Lounge, offering sweeping views across Melbourne and providing a perfect setting to relax or meet up with friends, with a luxurious interior that is set around an impressive stone open fireplace and an intimate lounge atmosphere.
Recognised globally as a mark of excellence, Sky One was awarded the coveted title of ‘Best Mixed-use Development for Australia’ in the 2019/20 Asia Pacific Property Awards.
Designed by DKO Architecture, Sky One truly envelops luxury for all lifestyles, complete with the convenience of integrated-retail living in the thriving epicentre of Melbourne’s second CBD just levels below.
- Location Box Hill, VIC
- Project Type Residential, Retail
- Project Information 36 Levels, 438 Apartments
- Builder Hickory
- Architect DKO Architecture
ASIA PACIFIC PROPERTY AWARDS 2019 - 2020
Mixed-use Development for Australia
- Project Status Completed in 2019