Keep up to date with the latest news and events for The Docklands Residences

  • 31 January

    urban melbourne

    Capital Alliance and DKO Architecture showcase Docklands and prepare Fishermans Bend

    Capital Alliance is ramping up exposure of its Docklands development prior to the developer’s formal launch of the residential component of the project.

    The Docklands Residences will share the DKO Architecture-designed tower with a new Marriott hotel; the first to be built in Australia in 20 years. 106 apartments are included above 200 five star Marriott hotel rooms, located across 6 levels on the southern side of the 17 level building.

    Described as two interlinked sculptural petal-shaped towers, the $250 million development is the final outcome after what has been a sustained effort by the development team to realise a project at 3-43 Waterfront Way, adjacent to the Melbourne Star Observation Wheel.

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  • 29 January

    timeout

    A sky high infinity pool is coming to Docklands and it’s open to the public

    News that probably won’t excite Melburnians: a brand new Marriott Hotel is going to be built in the Docklands.

    News that definitely will excite Melburnians: this new Marriott Hotel is going to be home to a 15th-floor infinity-edge pool that’s open to the public.

    The brand new Marriott Hotel will be hitting the waterfront precinct in 2020, boasting its own bar and dining precinct and the kind of five-star luxury that you would expect from a high-end hotel chain like Marriott.

    The $250 million hotel will feature 200 hotel rooms and 106 permanent resident apartments, which they’re claiming will be like New York’s Fifth Avenue style of living (translation: apartment sizes are large, there’s plenty of building amenities and the design is pretty schmick). It will be located pretty centrally too, above Harbour Town (which was quietly renamed District Docklands, if you missed the memo last year) on Waterfront Way, which will soon be home to a brand new H&M store and a cinema.

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  • 25 January

    perthnow

    Docklands Mariott hotel to have 15th floor infinity-edge pool that is open to the public

    MELBOURNE’S once struggling Docklands is being compared to Sydney’s Darling Harbour, as plans for a luxury hotel at the waterfront precinct have firmed, with an infinity pool to ‘dive’ for.

    The hotel will be topped by an infinity-edge pool and bar that will be open to the public in the style of Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands, the five-star, 200 room hotel will be the first built by Mariott in Australia in 20 years.

    Combined with more than 100 apartments and spanning across two towers, the project will cost an estimated $250 million to create.

    And anyone visiting the hotels rooftop bar and restaurant will be able to join residents and hotel guests to take a dip in the sky-high water feature.

    Curving around the top of the building the 28m long pool will have 200 degree views across the CBD and Port Phillip Bay.

    The development will be built above the District Docklands shopping centre, formerly known as Harbour Town.

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  • 25 January

    the australian business review

    Marriot to build Docklands hotel before apartments sell

    The first Marriott International hotel built in Australia in 20 years will proceed even if the bulk of residential apartments that form part of The Docklands project are on the market.

    Capital Alliance founder and chief executive officer Mohan Du says the 200-room hotel is the priority for the $250 million ­development that is not expected to start construction until the third quarter of the year with completion by the end of 2019.

    “We won’t need to sell 100 per cent of the apartments. The hotel is the priority, the hotel will be built. We will get funding from one of the big four banks,” Mr Du told The Australian, adding that marketing of the apartments was not due to start until next month.

    The Docklands development comprises two curved interlinked towers of 17 levels each housing the five-star Marriott Hotel as well as 106 residential apartments made up of one, two and three bedders.

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  • 25 January

    realestate.com.au

    Docklands hotel to have 15th floor infinity-edge pool open to public

    Melbourne’s once-struggling Docklands is being compared to Sydney’s Darling Harbour as plans for a luxury hotel at the waterfront precinct have firmed.

    Topped by an infinity-edge pool and bar that will be open to the public in the style of Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands, the five-star, 200-room hotel will be the first built by Mariott in Australia in 20 years.

    Combined with more than 100 apartments and spanning across two towers, the project will cost an estimated $250 million to create.

    And anyone visiting the hotels rooftop bar and restaurant will be able to join residents and hotel guests to take a dip in the sky-high water feature.

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