Canvas Brunswick apartments 100% fossil free

With no gas connection to any apartment, Canvas is 100 per cent fossil fuel free

Canvas Brunswick apartments 100% fossil free
Canvas, Brunswick. Image supplied

ID_Land joint managing director Matthew Belford says sustainable living is no longer an option, it’s a prerequisite.

His latest Brunswick development, Canvas, is a testament to Belford's views on cutting down the environmental impacts on property.

Studies have revealed property investors are increasingly concerned with environmental, social and governance (ESG) credentials in apartments.

The 62 one, two and three-bedroom apartments in Canvas have no gas connections and are 100 per cent fossil fuel free.

Rothelowman designed the apartment development, with a rooftop complete with a variety of communal spaces providing residential amenity and green spaces, with views of Melbourne’s city skyline and parks.

There's a communal lounge area, kitchen, and entertainment dining area.

All communal areas in the complex make use of solar technology and the rooftop garden collects rainwater for greywater harvesting.

There's a conscious effort at the Barkly Street development for parking spaces. Each apartment has at least one bike space, as well as on-site bike maintenance facilities are available. 

Canvas has a walk score of 97/100, located less than a minute from nearby shops and just three minutes walk to the nearest tram stop.

 

Jordan Fidler

Jordan Fidler

Jordan is a journalist at Urban.com.au. His focus is shining a spotlight on some of Australia's best apartment developments and their features

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