Find out the #1 thing that first home buyers love about West Melbourne apartment development Volaire

Urban takes a look at eight reasons why you should buy an apartment in Cbus Property's Dryburgh Street project.

Find out the #1 thing that first home buyers love about West Melbourne apartment development Volaire
Volaire's communal rooftop terrace

Volaire is West Melbourne’s newest luxury development, offering a collection of 152 one and two-bedroom apartments,

Urban has taken a look at eight reasons why you should buy an apartment in the Dryburgh Street project.
 

1. Cbus Property is delivering the project

One of Australia’s most recognisable property developers, Cbus Property has a history of delivering high-quality, luxurious urban developments.

With a portfolio exceeding $5 billion across investments and developments in the commercial, residential and retail sectors, Cbus has established themselves as a responsible and sustainable group.
 

2. Located in an undiscovered pocket of Melbourne

Formerly a rugged industrial area, Melbourne’s inner-northwest has emerged into a cultural precinct, conveniently located on the edge of the CBD.

Independent shops, cafés and restaurants pepper the nearby streets and the area’s distinctive character make Volaire the ideal home for first home buyers or investors.
 

3. Set your roots in a trendy neighbourhood

Find out the #1 thing that first home buyers love about West Melbourne apartment development Volaire

With trendy coffee shops and wine bars nearby, Volaire caters to every Melbournians’ love for food, coffee and craft beer.

Located in close proximity to the University of Melbourne campus and amongst renovated warehouses and former factories, the local surrounds boast a university-town vibe. The suburb’s industrial atmosphere complements the sheer coolness of the surrounding shops and people.
 

4. Designed by award-winning architects

Designed by Hayball, an award winning Australasian architectural practice, Volaire offers smartly-designed one and two-bedroom apartments with neutral interior tones and light-filled living spaces.

The sleek and slender 10-storey mid-rise utilises space to provide residents with the ultimate in comfort and convenience.
 

5. Ground floor retail and a modern lobby

Find out the #1 thing that first home buyers love about West Melbourne apartment development Volaire

Located at 9 Dryburgh Street, Cbus Property’s development is set to sit atop ground-floor retail and café spaces.

At the northern building entrance, a landscaped courtyard provides an inviting entry to the triple-height, glazed lobby, conveying luxury to passers-by.  
 

6. Generous private balconies

Delivering seamless integration of the indoor and outdoor areas of each residence, generous private balconies feature floor-to-ceiling sliding doors and offer views of the bay, city and distant-ranges.

Find out the #1 thing that first home buyers love about West Melbourne apartment development Volaire

The alfresco areas present residents with the “space to relax, unwind and savour the joy of just being at home”, according to the project’s marketing.

 

7. A full-floor residents’ lounge

Find out the #1 thing that first home buyers love about West Melbourne apartment development Volaire

Situated on the sixth floor and dubbed “Sky Podium”, a dramatic residents’ lounge provides indoor and outdoor community space to socialise with neighbours or relax in privacy.

A fully equipped alfresco barbecue and built-in dining space is included within the space, as well as landscaped garden beds, a sun-deck, intimate seating arrangements and green spaces.

 

8. Its located on the doorstep of North Melbourne Station

This development stands out for its connectivity, located 100-metres from the entrance to the busy North Melbourne Station and one stop from the state’s principal transport hub.

Located a 20-minute walk from the Melbourne CBD or Docklands, this well-connected development is bound to suit everyone.

Max Kwok

Max Kwok

Max Kwok is a staff contributor at urban.com.au. Based in Sydney, Max has previously worked at Property Observer where he specialised in content creation and editorial research.

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