Corner Leopold & St Kilda Road. A prime position on Melbourne’s preeminent residential boulevard. A modern building of timeless grandeur. A selection of innovative apartments styled for the needs of contemporary urban living. An impeccably credentialed project team with an unrivalled reputation.

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  • Next to, or near to, so much of what makes Melbourne one of the world’s most liveable cities, Leopold is an opportunity that covers every angle.

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  • The Architects

    Leopold unites the extraordinary talents of two Australian-based practices of international renown – Fender Katsalidis and SJB.

    The former is responsible for some of the city’s most stunning contemporary architecture, including the acclaimed Eureka Tower – Melbourne’s tallest building. The latter’s 30+ year contribution to Australia’s built environment is equally impressive, with their multi-disciplinary achievements garnering innumerable awards.

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    SJB Interiors

    SJB Interiors’ talent for creating fresh and imaginative contemporary spaces that continually captivate attention has bought it international acclaim and a host of high-profile awards. Informed by Leopold’s art deco derived exterior, comfort, simplicity of forms and period-inspired attention to detail combine in a contemporary context, creating the opportunity to rejoice in the feeling of living high above St Kilda Road.

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    Claudio Silvestrin

    The sophisticated elegance of Leopold’s exterior is rivalled only by the grace and spectacle of its magnificent entry foyer – a space created in collaboration with esteemed Italian architect, Claudio Silvestrin.

    Celebrated for his clarity of mind, inventiveness and concern for details, his imaginative atrium design for Leopold displays all the classic Silvestrin hallmarks: austere but not extreme, contemporary yet timeless, strong but not intimidating, elegant but not ostentatious, simple but not soulless.

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