Live Here

An apartment at Melbourne Quarter makes the entire city your home, flexible and without boundaries.
Melbourne Quarter is an address which offers a diverse and culturally rich lifestyle where you can live, work and play, all within a 50 metre radius. It’s no surprise that Melbourne Quarter has earned a 99 per cent walkability rating from international index Walk Score, which rates a neighbourhood’s access to public transport, sporting and health amenities and commerce and educational institutions.
For Melbourne Quarter’s distinctive architecture, Lendlease have engaged internationally-acclaimed architects Fender Katsalidis and Denton Corker Marshall, creators of Melbourne’s most admired buildings and structures. With approximately 1,690 one, two and three bedroom apartments across three residential towers, enjoy the health and wellbeing benefits of living in what is set to become Melbourne’s greenest city precinct.

Introducing East Tower

East Tower at Melbourne Quarter

East Tower

With inspiring outlooks from every apartment, elegant finishes, a neighbourhood park and unrivalled amenity on your doorstep, East Tower at Melbourne Quarter will herald a new era of urban living.

Club MQ gym

Club MQ

Welcome to a sanctuary of sophisticated urban luxury. Three floors of resort-style amenities will enrich everyday experiences. Facilities include private dining spaces, library, private theatrette, state-of-the-art gym, yoga studio, spa, sauna and a 25-metre indoor pool.

East Tower apartment kitchen and lounge

Contemporary elegance

Artful, yet practical design will create a calm, inviting space that will act as a refined backdrop for breathtaking views. With contemporary fittings, European appliances and timber flooring, your East Tower apartment will be a sheer pleasure to come home to.


East Tower square

An urban oasis

Enjoy living in a green oasis in the heart of the city. More than half of the precinct is dedicated to open space, including Melbourne’s first Skypark elevated above Collins Street, a large retail square on Collins Street, a neighbourhood park off Flinders Street and a new Melbourne laneway connecting Collins and Flinders streets.