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It was once said that a house is bought and then turned into a home but the future is all about turning where you live into a lifestyle. No location does this better or lives it more than Nightingale Apartments, a financial, social and environmentally sustainable premier residence that is revolutionising what it means to exist in your own house.
Most prestige properties boast of their five-star finishes and breathtaking views to lure in residents. While Nightingale has these features, the actual highlight of the address is its philosophy to not only make the world a better place but actually taking steps to do it by ensuring that it is 100% fossil fuel free for building operations.
Instead, the project relies on an embedded energy network to create clean energy while cleaning the grounds. To make the picturesque gardens even more perfect, a carbon footprint is further removed with water harvesting as standard and provides the sustainability that means the plants are actually giving back to the earth they’re growing from.
Living at Nightingale is a lifestyle choice where ignoring your neighbours is not an option. Modern yet eco-friendly entertaining areas manage to combine both the buildings ethos while framing the gorgeous outlook to Brunswick as residents mingle and share meals as the sun goes down.
This mid-rise building is not just something different but something special in a city that boasts many impressive. Yet to be part of something so positive is a benefit that can only result in positively impacting the rest of the residents' lives.
Nightingale Apartments Updates
Latest news regarding Nightingale Apartments mentions in the news
Melbourne's development by tram redux: the 19
Last time we profiled the development occurring along the Tram #19 / Sydney Road corridor there were 43 projects and 2,938 units in the pipeline with almost half of... Read more
Nightingale 1 reaches a construction milestone
Brunswick's Nightingale 1 apartment project reached a significant milestone on Friday, with constructor Project Group holding a ‘Topping Out’ ceremony for the build... Read more
Melbourne's development by tram: the 19
Weighing in at 43 projects, the route 19 tram on the Sydney Road corridor has the potential for a very big uplift in public transport passenger carrying capacity thanks... Read more
Anstey Precinct's premier development site offered for sale
Brunswick's Anstey Precinct has been a favourite of Urban Melbourne's for some years, essentially a microcosm of Melbourne's greater push toward higher density living... Read more
Nightingale heads back to planning in the wake of VCAT's howler
Thrust into the spotlight last year, Brunswick's Nightingale apartment development has re-entered Moreland's planning system after VCAT revoked the project planning... Read more
Melbourne's low-rise high-density: all projects with 5 or 6 floors in one long list
Following on from Friday's list of 2, 3 and 4 floor low-rise high-density projects , today we're looking exclusively at projects which have either 5 or 6 floors. There... Read more
VPELA seminar 9th November: VCAT's Nightingale decision, car parking and the future of sustainable development
The Victorian Planning and Environmental Law Association (VPELA) in conjunction with Ratio Consultants have organised a seminar titled "Where we're going, we don't need... Read more
Comment: Plan Melbourne must enshrine steps to purge our insidious car culture
We are nearing the first anniversary of the Andrews Government, they certainly have hit the ground running and set a lot of inter-related policy areas in a different... Read more
Melbourne Urban Design Meetup #3: The ethos and business model behind Nightingale
Following on from the first Melbourne Urban Design Meetup (MUDM) during February, Queens Collective at 20 Queen Street hosted the third MUDM event where James Legge of... Read more
Last week Moreland Council presided over one of the most important planning applications it will see all year. The project in judgement was the Nightingale Apartments, a... Read more