10 things we love about Mirvac's The Fabric in Altona North

Sensibly designed with the family in mind, each residence features tranquil courtyard spaces designed by renowned landscaper Eckersley Landscape Architecture

10 things we love about Mirvac's The Fabric in Altona North
The Fabric, Altona North. Image: Supplied

With beautiful open spaces, a vibrant community and sustainable new residences, Altona North’s The Fabric provides the ideal location for a new home. 

Situated at 188-198 Blackshaws Road, The Fabric is one of Mirvac’s latest masterplan projects. 

The 11.5-hectare site boasts tree-lined boulevards, sustainable features and two, three and four-bedroom townhomes, with style and functionality. 

Urban takes a look at 10 things we love about The Fabric.

1. Designed and delivered by Mirvac

Established in 1972, Mirvac has been creating exceptional living experiences throughout Australia for almost 50 years. 

The developers and their award-winning in-house design team deliver quality and care in every project, and future homeowners can benefit from their service, delivery and experience. 

Their ability to design and deliver invigorating places where people want to live, work, play and shop unlocks long-term value, placing people at the centre of their design process. 

2. A lush local park

Devised to be the focal meeting point for residents, Patchwork Park offers open green space and park frontage to townhomes within the project. 

Features include picnic areas, a sculptural playground, barbeque facilities and communal herb gardens.

3. Thoughtfully designed

Thoughtfully designed with the family in mind, each residence features tranquil courtyard spaces designed by renowned landscaper Eckersley Landscape Architecture. 

These spacious courtyards are perfect for entertaining family and friends or looking after a garden throughout the year. 

Inside the homes, Mirvac has connected the living spaces to an alfresco dining area, as well as delivered landscaped entryways and Australian-made CLARK tapware and ABEY kitchen sinks. 

4. Open space for the community

With over one hectare of shared parks and high-quality streetscapes to explore, The Fabric not only promotes a healthier, active lifestyle for residents but is invested in providing urban greenery throughout the community. 

In doing this, Mirvac aims to promote biodiversity and reduction of the urban heat island effect. 

On top of the 3.15-hectares of planned open space, residents will also enjoy being in close proximity to Newport Lakes Reserve, a 33-hectare park that promises family fun, with two big lakes, a nature trail, bikeways and a dog park.

5. Multiple lifestyle amenities

Transformed from its industrial past, Altona North delivers the ideal middle ground between connectivity and a family-friendly environment, within easy reach of just about everything.

The Fabric is located in close proximity to the Bayfit leisure centre, a public pool, a nearby golf course and other leisure amenities, as well as Altona Beach and Williamstown to the south. 

7. Great education options

Located in the catchment area of Newport Lakes Primary, Altona North Primary and Emmanuel College, The Fabric is surrounded by impressive schools and established community centres. 

Boasting great education options for children young and old, including performance and art schools, childcare centres, a public library and secondary schools.

8. Sustainable features

Mirvac, which sets ambitious targets to achieve sustainability in their communities, has designed The Fabric for a sustainable future. 

Families and residents can enjoy lower energy bills and increased comfort all year round with cross ventilation, double glazing and upgraded insulation.

According to the developer, all homes achieve a minimum 7-star NatHERS energy rating. 

9. The best dining and shopping options

Residents of The Fabric will delight in exploring the local area and discovering new spots to eat and shop with a number of vibrant eateries and local hot spots for diverse cuisines within easy distance.

Homebuyers will relish the ability to walk to the supermarket and retail offerings, as well as the fresh market stalls of the Inner West.

10. Homes for Homes partner

Mirvac has partnered with Homes for Homes, an innovative not-for-profit scheme led by The Big Issue, to assist homeless and disadvantaged Australians. 

0.1 per cent from the sale of every home at The Fabric has been pledged and Mirvac encourages future homebuyers to contribute the same from future sales of their home.

Two-bedroom townhomes start from $695,000, while four-bedroom homes start from $990,000.

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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