Aqui Promenade is a new luxury waterfront apartment building currently under construction in Docklands' NewQuay precinct.
Designed by award-winning architects, Woods Bagot and developed by MAB Corporation, Aqui Promenade will offer 437 apartments over two residential towers.
The ultimate in contemporary living, Aqui Promenade apartments will be characterised by clean lines, modern silhouettes, spacious proportions and an abundance of natural light. Floor-to-ceiling windows offer majestic views of Victoria Harbour and Melbourne’s city skyline.
Classic maritime details enhance the look and feel of these high-quality spaces. Black tapware, timber veneer detailing, stone benchtops and splashbacks add the finishing touches to these distinctive environments.
Aqui Promenade residents can take advantage of the luxury resort-like facilities, including 25 metre indoor swimming pool, sauna, spa, gymnasium, library, lounge and meeting areas. A podium rooftop area will also offer a picturesque garden, BBQ and alfresco dining area for residents to entertain friends and family.
Scheduled for completion in October 2016, Aqui Promenade will be an address of choice for owner occupiers, investors, landlords and tenants alike.
Docklands was designed to connect Melbourne’s CBD to the waterfront of Victoria Harbour, converting a disused harbour frontage into a sophisticated waterfront suburb of a world class standard.
From the original development at NewQuay of residential apartments, restaurants and a marina, Docklands has grown as a waterfront precinct to offer an exciting mix of city living, shopping, business, parks, entertainment, dining, sporting events, community events, arts and culture.
Consisting of 200 hectares of land and water, Docklands is now home to the national headquarters for many major businesses including the National Australia Bank, ANZ, Myer, AXA, Bendigo Bank, Medibank Private and the Bureau of Meteorology.
Only 60 percent complete, it's estimated that by around 2031 Docklands will be home to over 22,000 residents and 50,000 workers.