With over 60 per cent of construction completed and settlement already underway, Capitol Grand’s heart is beginning to beat with life. Of the two towers that mark the Capitol Grand development, the CG tower is almost wholly settled, and with the first half of the LK Tower signed-off, residents have begun to move in to their new luxury address.
The Deck Club is being thoroughly enjoyed, with residents indulging in the pool, sauna, and steam room as well as the gym and yoga area. And the Elliptical lounge has served the first lucky few well, with the movie theatre and library plush places to retire.
Construction on level 25 to 32 has begun, with the project on track to be built on time for early 2020. After this next phase of construction is completed, work will commence on levels 33 and up which will house the Azure Club and the superior apartments, putting the jewel in the Capitol Grand crown.
Omnia bistro, LK Hospitality’s first restaurant, has popped up and chef Stephen Nairn and his team are perfecting dishes and concepts ready for their move into the Capitol Grand address later this year to start serving residents and guests alike across four different venues. Stephen Nairn comes from a top pedigree, with time spent working under Australia’s best chefs in some of the best kitchens in the country like Matilda and Vue de Monde, as well as on the line at one of the world’s top restaurants, Eleven Madison Park.
Capitol Grand will offer discerning diners options from high-end to a more casual all-day restaurant as well as upscale provisions and daily essentials from the David Jones foodstore. It will seal the cross-roads of Toorak Road and Chapel Street as the new preeminent dining and lifestyle destination. Joining the restaurants will be a stable of highly-coveted brands and designers setting up shop as well as hair and beauty clinics to keep you looking and feeling your best.
Life at Australia’s first six-star address with New York style concierge offers more than just a home, it’s a whole new lifestyle for the select few.