Address: EQ Tower – 127-141 A’Beckett St, Melbourne.
Building profile: Owner occupied: 65% Rented: 35%
Year built: 2015.
Property type: unit / apartment.
Zoning: Capital city zone: Schedule 3.
Located in the heart of Melbourne, this apartment complex seeks to offer its residence the best our city has to offer. With ample amenities, restaurants, and leisure facilities, this is one of Melbourne’s premium apartment buildings.
Eq. Tower is a residential building in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. The skyscraper is developed by ICD Property group in conjunction with Sino-Ocean Land and designed by architect Elenberg Fraser. Launched in 2013, the project received approval by the then-Planning Minister Matthew Guy in February, 2014.
The building features an outdoor pool, gym, and sauna, reserved exclusively for residents.
Amenities: Located minutes walk to Melbourne Central train station, the State Library of Victoria is located across the road and the Carlton Gardens are only a minute’s walk away.
Located right in the centre of Melbourne, EQ Tower residents have access to the best of what Melbourne has to offer.
Property Managers Melb manage a large percentage of the leased apartments in EQ Tower. Our tenants are a mix of corporate professionals, State government employees and the general public.
We are a fully serviced property management agency, and we specialise in leasing, property management, property repair and maintenance, and VCAT legal representation.
Our affiliations with large multinational companies and the State government give our landlords access to premium tenants.
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Property Managers Melb is an industry leader when it comes to technology. Our landlords have access to:
– Cloud based portals to access information.
– Digital contracts.
– Digital condition reports
– Video inspections posted on YouTube.
If you have any questions regarding the process of finding tenants or leasing an apartment, please feel free to give us a call or contact us via the form below.
Melbourne’s CBD is a wonderland of people, architecture and culture.
Local residents have access to many artistic attractions including art galleries, live performance venues, libraries, museums, and its renowned street art. Melbourne is a thriving hub of the creative arts and new exciting events surface every week.
Restaurants, rooftop bars, cafes, local markets, and pop-up events ensure that the culinarily inclined have countless options to treat their pallets. From cheap street food to premium, high-end restaurants owned by celebrity chefs, Melbourne has the range to satisfy everyone, regardless of their budget or taste.
Melbourne is Australia’s leading city when it comes to festivals, sporting events, concerts and theatre. You can watch the symphony orchestra play at Hammer Hall and an international artist play to a sold-out stadium, all in the same weekend.
Finally, we cannot forget Australia’s most popular department stores and designer boutiques which are all conveniently located in Melbourne’s CBD. A short trip from the CBD will reveal many smaller, local boutiques with amazing wares and fashion to discover.
City of Melbourne Area: 37.7KM.
2029 Population forecast: 275,363.
Daily population: 949,000 (2018). 979,000 (2019).
Night time population: 418,000 (2016). 394,000 (2015).
Residential dwellings: 83,100 (2018).
Median Age: 28.
International visitors: 3,029,857 (2019).
International students: 71,510 (2019).
Employment (Jobs): 479,200 (2018).
Largest industry of employment: Services, 84,100 (2018).
Number of cafes & restaurants: 2390 (2018).
Most common occupation of workers: Professionals.
Melbourne city was founded on the 30th of August 1835 by settlers who travelled north from Van Diemen’s Land (Tasmania) aboard the schooner Enterprize.