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Domain Precinct

Full-floor apartment

4 bedrooms & 4 bathrooms
5 car secure garage
Guest powder room
Grand dining room

3.5 metre ceiling heights

750 sqm total property size
150 sqm master bedroom wing and retreat
200 sqm fully landscaped terrace

Private
rooftop terrace

Bar and wine cellar
Solid concrete vault room
Direct lifts into private lobby
Media room and home office

4 bedrooms & 4 bathrooms
5 car secure garage
Guest powder room
Grand dining room

750 sqm total property size
150 sqm master bedroom wing and retreat
200 sqm fully landscaped terrace

Bar and wine cellar
Solid concrete vault room
Direct lifts into private lobby
Media room and home office

CURRENTLY UNDER CONSTRUCTION AND DUE FOR COMPLETION FEBRUARY 2024

Occupying the entire top floor and rooftop of Melbourne’s most international building,

The Penthouse at The Eighth aligns with the best apartment

offerings in the world from New York, to London, to Singapore.

The penthouse

Designed by Kennon founder and principal, Pete Kennon, the interior design of the penthouse references the material qualities and classical proportions of The Eighth’s modernist architecture,

while prioritising the function use of space and a layered approach to interior decoration.

The Penthouse at The Eighth offers panoramic views from every aspect

– north, east, west, and south.

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DOMAIN PRECINCT

Located in the heart of the Domain Precinct, The Eighth is steps from the Royal Botanic Gardens and Shrine of Remembrance,

Albert Park Lake and the new Anzac Station which is due for completion in 2025.

NGV Contemporary

NGV Contemporary

Anzac Station

Anzac Station

Albert Road Reserve

Park Street Streetscape Improvement Project

Kings Place Plaza & Cobden Street Pocket Park

The Eighth also sits adjacent to Melbourne’s world-class arts precinct, home to iconic art and theatre institutions

including the National Gallery of Victoria, the Australian Centre of Contemporary Art, and The Arts Centre.

National Gallery of Victoria

National Gallery of Victoria

Shrine of Remembrance

Albert Park

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