News of the iconic Nylex Clock site being the location of Cremorne’s most exciting new precinct, The Malt District, has travelled fast. With a complete lifestyle being delivered through on-site residential, dining and retail offerings, the new development is attracting a huge range of buyers, with a significant amount of interest coming from owner-occupiers.
The larger two and three bedroom apartments remaining at The Malt District present the perfect solution for buyers looking to migrate from a house to an apartment, without compromising on space, convenience or lifestyle. While the city-view apartments are now sold out, a handful of large apartments with views to the Dandenong Ranges or the Yarra towards St Kilda are still available.
Of these, two bedroom apartments start from $660,000 and three bedroom apartments are available from $1,242,000. Each of the remaining residences is spacious, light-filled and luxuriously appointed.
The development has been intelligently crafted by a team of property experts with an impressive portfolio of combined experience. Caydon’s internal international architecture and interior design team sits the helm of the operation, with esteemed architects Fender Katsalidis, landscape architects Oculus, and masterplanners Right Angle Studio each playing an important role.
Prospective buyers fall in love with The Malt District immediately upon seeing the plans and renders. The building’s remarkable façade, composed of a charming blend of concrete, metal and glass materials, dynamically incorporates the site’s rich heritage while projecting a 21st-Century allure.
Exposed concrete ceilings and wide oak timber floorboards within the homes reflect the warmth and tactility of The Malt District’s rustic, industrial-style laneways, where bare brick buildings and soft lighting create a romantic atmosphere, perfect for warm evenings spent outside.
It’s here, in the laneways outside the apartments, that the true zest of the development comes to life. A smart combination of quaint cafes and contemporary boutique stores nod to a nostalgic idea of village life while still offering all the convenience of a premium, modern lifestyle.
On your way to work, swing by your local coffee shop to pick up your usual order and say hello to your favourite barista. When you return from a day at the office, head to the creative workspace to work on your passion project or browse the local shops for something special.
If you have a big dinner to host, pop into the artisanal grocery store to find delicatessen ingredients to spice up your cooking – or simply take your guests to the on-site brewery and gastropub for a few beers and some delicious food. And if being surrounded by temptation leads to overindulgence, you’ll find the fully equipped on-site gym offers the perfect remedy.
Living in Cremorne, with Richmond next door, offers a whole host of benefits. With the sporting precinct directly adjacent, it couldn’t be easier to make it all of your favourite team’s games. You’ll also be right in the thick of it when the stadiums are taken over by international bands or tournaments like the Australian Open.
If your work is in the city, commuting to the CBD couldn’t be easier. On nice days, simply walk along the Yarra for 35 minutes and you’ll arrive. By car or public transport, it will take you only 10 minutes.
Once built, The Malt District will become Melbourne’s cultural icon, extracting historic charm from the past and fusing it with boutique style and convenience from the present.
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