LINC19 Russell Street, Essendon VIC 3040

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complete
Year completed

2019

building
Buildings

1

building
Building type

Mid-rise

floor
Floor count

9 levels

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Urban's three favourite things about LINC:

  • Light filled apartments and large terraces.
  • Garden areas for quiet reflection.
  • Proximity to Essendon's vibrant retail and cafe hub.

Meticulously created by Revel Development and Plus Architecture, this mid-rise provides a modern, connected lifestyle in an enviable location. Comprised of 94, completed residences spread across nine floors, Linc boasts a facade rich in brickwork on the lower levels fused with bold modern lines and glistening expanses of glazing to deliver a collection of apartments that borrows elements from the evolving environment.

Linc leaves you feeling spoiled for choice with three separate and stunning garden areas designed by Jack Merlo, providing a perfect outdoor environment in which to gather family and friends. Sit around the teppanyaki grill and cook up a storm on the rooftop garden or relax in one of the many seating pods while taking in breathtaking city views. Better still, take some time out for yourself in the courtyard garden on level one to read a good book or just relax in the natural environment.

Step inside your apartment and prepare to be impressed by the open plan layout that maximizes space and the floor-to-ceiling windows that filter in an abundance of natural light. 

High-quality fixtures and fittings further enhance the careful attention to detail that has informed Linc’s design. Kitchens will inspire your inner chef thanks to features like the premium Bosch appliances, chrome tapware, porcelain tiles, and silver mirror splashbacks. While timber floorboards will flow throughout the living and dining areas, large porcelain tiles will feature in the bathroom, which also boasts premium details like the semi-recessed basin and concealed cistern toilet suite.

Located in the leafy suburb of Essendon, LINC is merely 15 minutes from the CBD and is serviced by the Essendon Train Station and multiple tram networks. The affluent suburbs has a population of almost 25,000 people to which many live in houses that have retained the charm and livelihood of the early 1900’s.

Amidst the leafy, wide avenues are the boutiques, restaurants and quirky cafes and bars that line Mount Alexander Road in walking distance from LINC. Residents enjoy the many bike trails and paths connecting Queens Park, Buckley Park and Windy Hill in the vicinity and provide an incredibly walkable environment in Essendon.

In just a few minutes drive, the urban renewal precinct of Essendon Fields delivers large chain supermarkets, commercial headquarters and more green space cosying up to Essendon Airport with DFO Factory Outlets with over 80 retail brands, a food court and homemaker centre.

Development Information

Local Government Area:
Moonee Valley (City)
Project Status:
Construction Complete
Listing Type:
Residential
Building Type:
Mid-rise
Estimated Completion Date:
2019
Nearby Public Transport:
Essendon Station, Tram 57
Building Height:
34.5 Metres
Floor Count:
9
Number of Buildings:
1
Bike Spaces:
46
Car Spaces:
99
Number of Residences:
94

Meet the team behind LINC

What is a developer
A developer is a person or company that buys land, finances real estate deals and appoints a builder and architect to orchestrate their vision through masterplanning, design and construction.
What is an architect
An architect is instrumental in the vision, planning, design and construction supervision to which they provide a structure or space that serves the people.
What is a builder
A builder is a person or company that has been appointed to a development to oversee, coordinate, construct or repair properties. Builders can also be self directed.

Location of LINC

Nearby education

  • Tertiary
  • Secondary
  • Primary
RMIT University
25 Dawson Street, Brunswick, Victoria 3056
Satellite
4km away
Victoria University
Ballarat Rd, Footscray VIC 3011
Main
4.5km away
Monash University
381 Royal Parade, Parkville, Victoria 3052
Satellite
4.8km away
Victoria University
Corner of Nicholson and Buckley Streets, Footscray VIC 3011
Satellite
5.5km away
University of Melbourne
Grattan Street, Parkville, Victoria, 3010
Main
6.3km away
St Columba's College
2 Leslie Road, Essendon VIC 3040
Private
0.2km away
Lowther Hall Anglican Grammar School
17 Leslie Road, Essendon VIC 3040
Private
0.4km away
Ave Maria College
14-22 Vida Street, Aberfeldie VIC 3040
Private
1.7km away
Buckley Park College
Cooper Street, Essendon VIC 3040
Public
2km away
Strathmore Secondary College
400 Pascoe Vale Road, Strathmore VIC 3041
Public
2.3km away
Lowther Hall Anglican Grammar School
17 Leslie Road, Essendon VIC 3040
Private
0.4km away
Essendon Primary School
38 Raleigh Street, Essendon VIC 3040
Public
0.5km away
St Monica's Primary School
20 Robinson Street, Moonee Ponds VIC 3039
Private
0.7km away
St Therese's School
25-31 Edward Street, Essendon VIC 3040
Private
0.8km away
Resurrection House
6 Aberfeldie Street, Essendon VIC 3040
Private
1km away

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News about LINC

Melbourne's development by tram redux - the 59
Melbourne's development by tram redux - the 59
13th February 2018

Melbourne's development by tram redux - the 59

In October 2016 when we first kicked off the series of articles looking at the development pipeline along Melbourne's tram corridors, the 59 was first tram out of the...
Builder ABD Group adds another 500 dwellings to its books
Builder ABD Group adds another 500 dwellings to its books
13th November 2017

Builder ABD Group adds another 500 dwellings to its books

Three new projects will appear across Melbourne under the guidance of builder ABD Group. Among them is the firm's tallest build to date, whilst a further two projects...
Give the road under rail grade separation at Buckley Street a chance
Give the road under rail grade separation at Buckley Street a chance
23rd May 2017

Give the road under rail grade separation at Buckley Street a chance

Comment Sub-optimal outcomes, perceived or otherwise, were always going to be included in the wider level crossing removal project, and Buckley Street in Essendon just...
Essendon Station fast becoming a magnet for apartment developments
Essendon Station fast becoming a magnet for apartment developments
19th October 2016

Essendon Station fast becoming a magnet for apartment developments

Essendon Station is making a good fist of attracting its fair share of apartment developments. Much like the plethora of apartment projects sprouting up along the Tram...
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