M-City, a vibrant transformation for Monash

M-City, a vibrant transformation for Monash

A forward-thinking precinct all of its own, M-City is about to bring a residential, retail and lifestyle vision to life on a grand scale in Monash.

M-City is an incredibly far-reaching project set to deliver the next level in mixed use developments. A collaboration between some of the biggest names in property and architecture, M-City brought together the talents of developers Schiavello and Saraceno Group.

With a portfolio spanning 50 years, Schiavello’s renowned breadth of capabilities and commitment to quality and sustainability has seen them gain respect for their ability to create inspirational environments. Playing a major role in shaping Melbourne’s metropolitan landscape over the last few decades, Saraceno Group has also developed a broad portfolio of residential and commercial projects. Together, their exciting vision for M-City is a compelling one.

The project is designed by global architects The Buchan Group and the first of four stages of residential development begins with the M-1 Residences. This comprises a collection of one, two and three bedroom apartments in an outwardly grand building, with a facade of glass and soft grey metal.

M City Apartment living roomThese premium apartments are spacious, open plan and intelligently laid out. The premium level of finishes and materials used throughout includes timber flooring in the living areas, soft carpeting in the bedrooms, stone kitchen benchtops and bathrooms defined by their large format tiling and modern black tapware.

An exclusive podium level features a spacious exclusive pool, tennis court and covered BBQ and entertaining area all surrounded by landscaped gardens and lawns – the ideal spot to relax on a sunny day with family and visitor's.

The largest mixed-use development outside of Melbourne’s CBD, M-City will be a community within itself. Beyond the homes, M-City also has a range of impressive resort-style luxury amenities that will bring not just the residences but the neighbourhood to life 24/7.

A range of retail spaces and entertainment is on your doorstep, including a multi-screen cinema and a wealth of dining options including quick eats, restaurants, fresh produce markets and services that meet your everyday needs. Within its diverse and vibrant retail offering, large supermarkets already slated for the precinct include Woolworths and Kmart. Complete with bars and cafes this is the perfect place to catch up with friends or meet before heading out – and it’s all within where you can live.

M City ApartmentsDesigned for a stress-free lifestyle, M-City has a fitness centre and private tennis court to keep you active, whilst the medical centre and pharmacy will keep you healthy. The outdoor entertaining area will be a popular spot for social gatherings around the fire pit, with plenty of secluded spots for everyone.

Responding to the increased influx of leading businesses to the area, the project also includes a nine-storey commercial tower of impressive offices with all the amenities you would expect in a city office building, as well as an international hotel with a range of function spaces, meeting rooms, a ballroom and hotel bar. It’s clear this truly is a master plan for a contemporary urban transformation where short-term and long-term residents enjoy an incredible level of amenity and convenience.

This coveted location on the corner of Princes Highway and Blackburn Road in the heart of Melbourne’s education, medicine, research and science precinct is in one of the region’s fastest employment growth corridors. The surrounding area is forecast to accommodate 120,000 jobs by 2051.

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Just a few minutes' walk to Monash University, ranked 5th in Australia and 74th in the world, was home to 33,600 students during 2016. And with surrounding house prices growing 12% over the past three years. All of this indicates a tremendous investment opportunity.

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