175-apartment project in Melbourne's Richmond nearly sold out

175-apartment project in Melbourne's Richmond nearly sold out
175-apartment project in Melbourne's Richmond nearly sold out

More than 100 buyers have bought apartments at Dux in Melbourne's Richmond, a project by local developer Little Projects

With a classically-designed façade, Dux on the crest of Bridge Road, Richmond Hill, will feature 175 one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments and townhouses spread over 11 levels.  

More than 90 per cent of the apartments and townhouses sold to local purchasers within a week of launching the $70 million project, said a media release.

The remaining apartments range in price from $475,000 to $1.24 million.

“There are a lot of new projects in and around the area but the feedback from our buyers is that Dux not only presents beautifully, it is in a prime location, its residential amenities are first class and the architecture and interiors are unlike anything else available,” said Little Projects general manager, Sales and Marketing, Fergus Humphries.

He says Dux’s diverse range of floorplans and price points provided with buyers with a range of options depending on their budget.

Architecture firm Rothelowman principal Stuart Marsland said the industrial-style design takes its inspiration from Richmond’s history with contemporary features, incorporating an attractive combination of warm bronzes, exposed brick facades and shimmering glass.

Dux’s facade features concrete panels in a repetitive ‘saw-tooth’ pattern outline the building’s main entrance (located on the building’s side), referencing the warehouse roofs of old Richmond, said Marsland.

Communal areas feature a swimming pool, landscaped dining terrace and city views.

The onsite display suite is open at 155 Bridge Road, Richmond.

Little Projects said it has delivered 1,777 apartments to date, with a further 100 to be completed in 2016.

 

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