His memoir was called Living Large, and now someone new can make his living arrangements their own.

The late advertising industry giant Harold Mitchell’s Melbourne apartment is for sale with a price guide of $5.75 million to $6.25 million.

Mitchell died aged 81 in February from complications due to recent knee surgery in a shock to those close to him. He was remembered for his leadership in the media industry and his philanthropic endeavours.

Now his Melbourne CBD home in Park Tower on Spring Street has hit the market, offering buyers the 11th floor of the building and half of the 10th.

Public records show the property is owned by a corporate entity whose sole shareholder is Harold Mitchell. The listing was first reported by the Australian Financial Review.

Kay & Burton selling agent Monique Depierre declined to comment on the owner, but said the residence offered more than 500 square metres of living space, including a whole floor home plus a separate one-bedroom apartment with its own entrance that would suit a guest or a young adult. A private lift joins the two.

Harold Mitchell in his Melbourne apartment with his dog Lily.

Harold Mitchell in his Melbourne apartment with his dog Lily. Credit: Josh Robenstone

She highlighted the residence’s views over the city, Parliament Gardens, St Patrick’s Cathedral and the state parliament building, and over heritage buildings in the west, which mean views from that side are also protected.

“It is an incredibly unique offering. I don’t know of another offering like it anywhere on Spring Street or in the CBD,” Depierre said.