How Blue Earth Group are revolutionising the co-working space at Ivanhoe Gardens apartment development

Part of the development is a state-of-the-art, double storey co-working centre

How Blue Earth Group are revolutionising the co-working space at Ivanhoe Gardens apartment development
The co-working spaces on offer at Ivanhoe Gardens. Images supplied

The Melbourne property developer Blue Earth Group has developed a name for itself within the industry for their string of high quality, amenity-laden apartment developments.

Their latest work at their Ivanhoe Gardens apartments in Melbourne's north-east has seen a big focus on the booming work from home sector, which is expected to continue well past the vaccination rollout.

Part of the development, designed by CHT Architects and built by the leading construction firm Hamilton Marino, is a state-of-the-art, double storey co-working centre.

Upstairs is an open lounge area and private office booths, available to book through the apartment complex mobile app.

There's also an onsite restaurant with a coffee arbour, giving working home from residents no need to leave the Linden Avenue development.

Young professionals who are likely to only spend a few days in the office for the foreseeable future have been keen on the option of working in the co-working centre, albeit the Melbourne CBD just a short 30 minute drive in.

Ivanhoe Gardens is made up of two buildings, Bloomfield, which is stage one of the development, and Linden & Arbour, which is stage two.

True to Blue Earth's track record, Ivanhoe Gardens features a number of further facilities within the two stages. There's everything from golf simulator's, poker rooms, gym's designed and kitted out by Technogym and gardens designed by Jack Merlo.

Read more: Entertainment options on offer at Blue Earth's Ivanhoe Gardens

One-bedroom apartments, which have their kitchen's designed by renowned chef Adam D'Sylva (co-owner and chef award-winning restaurants Tonka and Coda), start from $462,500.

Blue Earth's Anthem development in Essendon, with a similar suite of facilities, has nearly sold out.

Read more: Why would you leave? Anthem at Essendon residents treated to High Performance Living

There are just a few apartments remaining in the O'Shannassy Street project. With all the one-bedroom apartments sold out, prices start from $572,500 for the two-bedroom, 72 sqm apartments.

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and new developments across the country

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