Light House Melbourne

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Light House Melbourne
Light House Melbourne, May 2017, edited.jpg
Light House under construction in May 2017
Alternative namesLighthouse
General information
StatusComplete
Location450 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne, Australia
Australia
Groundbreaking2015
Completed2017
Height
Roof218 m (715 ft)
Technical details
Floor count69
Design and construction
ArchitectElenberg Fraser
DeveloperHengyi Australia
Structural engineerWinward Structures
Other information
Number of rooms607
Website
http://www.lighthousemelbourne.com.au/

Light House Melbourne (also simply referred to as Lighthouse) is a residential skyscraper in Melbourne, Australia.

Located on 450 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne, the project was designed by Elenberg Fraser and developed by Hengyi Australia. The skyscraper rises to a height of 218 metres (715 feet) and comprises 607 apartment dwellings across 69 levels. Upon its completion in 2017, it became one of the tallest residential buildings in Melbourne.[1][2]

Proposed in 2012, the skyscraper received planning approval by then-Planning Minister Matthew Guy later that year;[3] and in 2014, Guy approved an amendment to the plans which would see extra height and floors added to the development.[4][5][6] Construction on the project commenced in May 2015, before topping-out in February 2017. The project was completed later in 2017.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Light House - 450 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne. UrbanMelbourne.info. Retrieved 30 May 2015
  2. ^ a b Lighthouse - The Skyscraper Center. Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat. Retrieved 12 August 2018
  3. ^ (13 November 2012). "Planning Minister approves two residential towers for Melbourne". UrbanAnalyst. Retrieved 14 March 2015
  4. ^ Dow, Aisha. (4 March 2014). "Warning of Melbourne CBD 'canyons' amid skyscraper rush". The Age. Retrieved 14 March 2015
  5. ^ Baljak, Mark. (10 April 2014). "Light my way - 450 Elizabeth Street". UrbanMelbourne.info. Retrieved 14 March 2015
  6. ^ Edwards, Lorna. (24 July 2014). "The tower with kaleidoscope eyes". Domain. Retrieved 14 March 2015

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Coordinates: 37°48′30.1″S 144°57′39.0″E / 37.808361°S 144.960833°E / -37.808361; 144.960833