Project Snapshot

118 City Road is a landmark project site located in the heart of Melbourne. Sited on a large parcel of land on the former BMW showroom in a highly dense area, the project is proposed to be a mixed-use project of over 220,000 sqm with a strong public focus.

It will be a place-making development holding luxury residential units, high-tech commercial offices, 5 star hotel, a progressive entertainment centre, experiential technological display centres, a curated retail and cultural precinct, and public green spaces in a strategic location of Melbourne.

After a six-month global search, Beulah International is thrilled to announce Green Spine by UNStudio and Cox Architecture as the long-awaited winning design for the $2 billion plus Southbank site.

Set to become Australia’s tallest building to date, Green Spine will be a stunning cantilevered structure composed of two towers, both with a twisting geometric glass façade and terracing.

Conceived as a conceptual extension of the Southbank Boulevard, the Green Spine will be home to a vertical city of green spaces with a strong focus on culture and public spaces, paying homage to Melbourne’s diverse population.

Reaching 356.20m high, the residential tower will be crowned by the Future Botanic Garden, a stunning publicly accessible garden in the sky.

Project Vision

Beulah International has a vision to redefine and create a new lifestyle precinct of international significance, that sets an unprecedented benchmark in being the activity hub in Melbourne.

The project shall be mixed use in nature and shall comprise of a variety programs to create a hub of integrated programmatic intensity, that offers immense public benefit to the local and wider community. At the same time, the project will behave as a landmark destination that contains programs that will attract visitors from near and far.

The vision is for the precinct to programmatically integrate into its urban context yet behave as a visual beacon that is memorable and recognisable on a global scale.