A look at Volaire, Cbus Property's latest development in West Melbourne

Designed by Hayball, Volaire achieves the ideal balance between form and function

A look at Volaire, Cbus Property's latest development in West Melbourne
A look at Volaire, Cbus Property's latest development in West Melbourne

Offering a collection of 152 one and two-bedroom apartments, Volaire is CBUS Property’s latest West Melbourne development.

Located at 9 Dryburgh Street, the property offers residents sleek design and comfortable living over 10 floors.

Boasting open-plan living, floor-to-ceiling joinery and neutral tones, the development is ideal for young professionals or first home buyers.

A look at Volaire, Cbus Property's latest development in West Melbourne

Designed by Hayball, Volaire achieves the ideal balance between form and function with the residence’s architectural façade radiating modern luxury while paying homage to the site’s industrial heritage.

The triangular building features cantilevered balconies and occupies its own island site with a ground floor restaurant.

A look at Volaire, Cbus Property's latest development in West Melbourne

On-site amenities include a landscaped courtyard, glazed lobby and sixth-floor sky podium, offering views of the bay, city and distant ranges as well as outdoor space for entertaining.

The podium features alfresco barbeque and built-in dining space, an indoor residents’ lounge and romantic seating amongst landscaped garden beds.

A look at Volaire, Cbus Property's latest development in West Melbourne

Located on the doorstep of North Melbourne Station, Volaire is connected to Melbourne’s bustling CBD, Docklands and the City Loop.

Two-bedroom apartments within the complex begin at $599,000.

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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