STH BNK By Beulah sells apartment for record A$38 million


The Asian Executive congratulates the marketing team at STH BNK By Beulah, one of Australia’s most anticipated property projects, for breaking Melbourne’s record for the most expensive apartment sold at a whopping A$38 million. This achievement marks yet another milestone for the ambitious project, which has already broken numerous records since its inception. 

The sold sub-penthouse above level 75 boasts a stunning 360-degree view of Melbourne, resort-style concierge services, and world-class amenities. The buyer, a transcontinental business owner, will have the opportunity to customize the floor plan to fit their lifestyle.

STH BNK By Beulah has achieved a slew of record-breaking sales, including the most expensive apartment in Melbourne at $35 million and over $600 million in sales within just four months of launch. Other impressive sales include two apartments worth over $30 million, a sub-penthouse fetching $15 million, and multiple apartments worth more than $10 million – all sold off the plan.

SOUTHBANK BY BEULEUHThe living experience at STH BNK will be further enhanced with access to a comprehensive lifestyle podium featuring premium retail, cultural events, community activities, childcare centres, inspiring outdoor gardens, and rooftop spaces. Residents will also have the luxury of a fleet of vehicles, including BMWs, Teslas, Porsches, and Range Rovers, at their disposal.

STH BNK By Beulah will be home to Four Seasons Melbourne and an innovative cultural centre for young people in partnership with the globally-revered Centre Pompidou. Interested buyers can register for upcoming releases by visiting

STH BNK By Beulah has again made waves in the Australian property market with its record-breaking sales and luxurious amenities. It’s a project that will continue impressing property enthusiasts and investors alike.

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