Multiplex to lead $200M Paragon project
Redevelopment of Melbourne's Celtic Club

Beulah has appointed construction giant Multiplex to their $200 million Paragon project, located at the site of Melbourne’s former Celtic Club in the heart of the CBD.

Designed by world renowned Fender Katsalidis and award winning landscape architect Paul Bangay, Paragon comprises of 227 apartments with around 90 percent of apartments already sold.

Paragon will feature Australia’s first ever indoor elevated forest in a high rise setting, as well as featuring a Celtic-inspired metal pattern exterior across the mixed-use building paying homage to the site’s heritage.

This is the first time Beulah has worked with Multiplex choosing the company for its strong industry reputation globally and ability to execute the premium nature of this project on time.

Having recently been awarded one of the most prestigious honours in the Australian construction industry, the Australian Construction Achievement Award, the decision to appoint Multiplex to the project located at 318 Queen Street was an easy one.

The development encompasses one, two and three-bedroom apartments starting from $500,000.

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