Wolfdene's AVA II wins UDIA award for affordable housing

Wolfdene's AVA II wins UDIA award for affordable housing
Wolfdene's AVA II wins UDIA award for affordable housing

Wolfdene’s AVA II townhouses in Melbourne have received the Award for Excellence in the affordable housing category at the recent Urban Development Institute of Australia’s 2015 Annual Awards.

Located in the South East near Cranbourne suburb, the two and three bedroom townhouses offer value for money and a low-maintenance alternative to standard house and land.

“Housing affordability is a big issue in the Melbourne market, this award is recognition of Wolfdene’s commitment to providing housing diversity in the urban growth areas,” said Jon Atchison, the director of Wolfdene.

AVA II are six-star energy rated and designed in collaboration with SJB, who also designed Sydney's Casba project, which recently won the World Architecture Festival Award for Mixed Use Completed Buildings.
 
“With a flowing open plan design and an abundance of natural light, AVA II is a value for money and low maintenance alternative to standard house and land,” said the UDIA judging panel.
 
“Quality medium density product that mixes design and function with affordability is essential to providing a viable option for price sensitive first home buyers, key workers and downsizers," said Atchison.
 
“We are committed to rolling out additional MD sites throughout our full portfolio of master-planned communities.” 
 
AVA II offers 10 two and three-bedroom townhouses, ranging from $310,000 to $360,000.
 
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