At a glance

Location

Victoria, Australia

Type of project

Construction

Client

Beulah International

Contract type

Design and Construct

Status

Under Construction

Redeveloping an historic Melbourne location

Beulah International’s $97 million apartment tower Paragon as redeveloped and retained the iconic façade of the Melbourne Celtic Club.

Designed by architects Fender Katsalidis, the high-rise residential tower spans 48 levels and comprises 227 apartments in a range of one, two and three bedroom configurations.

Communal facilities and amenities include a residents’ lounge, private theatre, library and bar and dining areas. Residents also have access to a 15 metre lap pool, spa and gymnasium and a multi-level landscaped terrace.

The luxury apartments include floor-to-ceiling windows designed to capture natural light and allow panoramic views of Melbourne. Apartments boast stylish timber floor boards and brushed metal surfaces with some residences including an ensuite, study and private balcony.

Paragon also includes a range of ESD features such as a rainwater harvesting system and photovoltaic solar panels.

Project in numbers

48

levels

227

apartments

15

metre lap pool