Greenwich Fairfield

7-9 Railway Place, Fairfield VIC 3078
Greenwich Fairfield - 7 Railway Place, Fairfield
Residences

83

Greenwich Fairfield - 7 Railway Place, Fairfield
Estimated completion date

Not confirmed

Greenwich Fairfield - 7 Railway Place, Fairfield
Buildings

2

Greenwich Fairfield - 7 Railway Place, Fairfield
Building Type

Low-rise

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Greenwich Fairfield - 7 Railway Place, Fairfield

More about Greenwich Fairfield

Greenwich Fairfield captures the spirit of New York’s ultimate urban village and delivers it to one of Melbourne’s hidden treasures. Surrounded by some of the city’s best parkland, this low-rise building is backed by developer Grocon and the architects at Jackson Clements Burrows.

With 83 residences across five levels and two buildings, Greenwich employs a combination of brick tones and distinguishable but interconnected architectural elements. The result is an echo of the design principles and verdant foliage of the streetscape.

The two independent buildings will embrace a flourishing landscaped area, replete with indigenous planting, sheltered retreats, shaded seats, and courtyards. Feel liberated as you meander along walkways beneath timber lantern structures and relax by the outdoor fireplace amongst leafy gardens.

Available in one, two, and three-bedroom configurations, these apartments feature abundant natural light, intelligent use of sustainable materials, and natural ventilation. Greenwich has been designed to provide better access and facilities for people with special needs, such as the elderly or people with temporary injuries, as well as young families with strollers. From step-less front doors to wider corridors and lifts, Greenwich provides residents with the accessibility devices they might require as their needs change over time.

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